Get Assignment Work: Premium Accounts are live.

We’ve lost count of the times our photographers have asked us to tell the client they are available to shoot their brief. And sometimes, buyers just don’t find the exact shot they need from a brief, even though many of the entries come so close.

Until now, there was no easy way for clients to browse photographer portfolios and consider them for assignment. So we’ve launched Premium Accounts, already being trialled by a number of our community.

Here’s how it works:

1. BUYER POSTS A BRIEF FOR EXISTING IMAGES

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2. PHOTOGRAPHERS PROMOTE THEIR PROFILE AS AVAILABLE FOR HIRE

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3. BUYERS REVIEW PORTFOLIOS AND CONTACT PHOTOGRAPHERS DIRECT

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This new servie allows clients to get the right shot by finding a photographer through our network of Premium Account Members.  Both parties connect directly without us being in the middle or taking a commission on the job. Both clients and photographers expand their networks and clients can review and hire a photographer right when they need one.

Who Will Photographers Connect With?

Our mission is to connect talented photographers to the biggest brands, agencies and publishers and start working with them long term. Think of us like an agent with global reach, no commissions and no politics. We are already working with BBDO, Y&R, JWT, Ogilvy, Havas, McGarry Bowen, Conde Nast, Expedia, ABnBev, Penguin, Random House, Hachette Book Group and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Land Rover hired 4 ImageBrief Photographers this week.

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Just last week, Land Rover launched a brief, purchased images from the brief, and hired 4 photographers for assignment.  The Job? To drive around a National Park (within 2 hours of the photographer’s homes) in a  brand new Land Rover and take pics for their social media.  Not bad! We’ll be posting a full update on this job when they get back!

Request a Premium Account Invitation

If you’re interested in being a Premium Account Member, request an invite here. Only a limited number of photographers will be offered access to the service to keep the quality high for buyers and assignment opportunities plentiful for members. 

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Images Selling Through Collections
With so many incredible shots streaming across the site each day, we have been steadily building curated collections with high quality and commercially viable images. We haven’t talked much about how photographers are making sales through these, so we thought we’d share a few of our favorites above that have recently sold via collections.
Photographers Earning $ Thousands
Over the last year, we have helped individual photographers earn thousands of dollars in image sales from the collections alone, many buyers finding images without even having to post a brief. Other times, buyers may create and share a collection of images from their brief to be purchased by other team members later, such as the 2 images purchased from this brief by BBDO. With buyers receiving custom image collections from our account managers as well as marketing campaigns featuring our collections, this gives photographers additional opportunities to make sales after submitting their images to a brief.
How to Have Your Images in Collections
Our collections are based on the high quality photography that is required by our clients. For that reason, all collections are curated by our in-house team and not available to submit to directly. However, we are constantly adding to existing collections and creating new ones, so if your images are on par with those you can see here, then we’ll be sure to get them in front of our buyers via a collection or two!
Want to start working with the biggest brands, publishers  and advertising agencies in the world? Get started here.
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Images Selling Through Collections
With so many incredible shots streaming across the site each day, we have been steadily building curated collections with high quality and commercially viable images. We haven’t talked much about how photographers are making sales through these, so we thought we’d share a few of our favorites above that have recently sold via collections.
Photographers Earning $ Thousands
Over the last year, we have helped individual photographers earn thousands of dollars in image sales from the collections alone, many buyers finding images without even having to post a brief. Other times, buyers may create and share a collection of images from their brief to be purchased by other team members later, such as the 2 images purchased from this brief by BBDO. With buyers receiving custom image collections from our account managers as well as marketing campaigns featuring our collections, this gives photographers additional opportunities to make sales after submitting their images to a brief.
How to Have Your Images in Collections
Our collections are based on the high quality photography that is required by our clients. For that reason, all collections are curated by our in-house team and not available to submit to directly. However, we are constantly adding to existing collections and creating new ones, so if your images are on par with those you can see here, then we’ll be sure to get them in front of our buyers via a collection or two!
Want to start working with the biggest brands, publishers  and advertising agencies in the world? Get started here.
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Images Selling Through Collections
With so many incredible shots streaming across the site each day, we have been steadily building curated collections with high quality and commercially viable images. We haven’t talked much about how photographers are making sales through these, so we thought we’d share a few of our favorites above that have recently sold via collections.
Photographers Earning $ Thousands
Over the last year, we have helped individual photographers earn thousands of dollars in image sales from the collections alone, many buyers finding images without even having to post a brief. Other times, buyers may create and share a collection of images from their brief to be purchased by other team members later, such as the 2 images purchased from this brief by BBDO. With buyers receiving custom image collections from our account managers as well as marketing campaigns featuring our collections, this gives photographers additional opportunities to make sales after submitting their images to a brief.
How to Have Your Images in Collections
Our collections are based on the high quality photography that is required by our clients. For that reason, all collections are curated by our in-house team and not available to submit to directly. However, we are constantly adding to existing collections and creating new ones, so if your images are on par with those you can see here, then we’ll be sure to get them in front of our buyers via a collection or two!
Want to start working with the biggest brands, publishers  and advertising agencies in the world? Get started here.
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Images Selling Through Collections

With so many incredible shots streaming across the site each day, we have been steadily building curated collections with high quality and commercially viable images. We haven’t talked much about how photographers are making sales through these, so we thought we’d share a few of our favorites above that have recently sold via collections.

Photographers Earning $ Thousands

Over the last year, we have helped individual photographers earn thousands of dollars in image sales from the collections alone, many buyers finding images without even having to post a brief. Other times, buyers may create and share a collection of images from their brief to be purchased by other team members later, such as the 2 images purchased from this brief by BBDO. With buyers receiving custom image collections from our account managers as well as marketing campaigns featuring our collections, this gives photographers additional opportunities to make sales after submitting their images to a brief.

How to Have Your Images in Collections

Our collections are based on the high quality photography that is required by our clients. For that reason, all collections are curated by our in-house team and not available to submit to directly. However, we are constantly adding to existing collections and creating new ones, so if your images are on par with those you can see here, then we’ll be sure to get them in front of our buyers via a collection or two!

Want to start working with the biggest brands, publishers  and advertising agencies in the world? Get started here.

And the Winner of $5,000 in Photography Gear is…

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Image credit: Our Winner!

Whoa! Hold up a sec.

Before we get to that can we just say a HUGE thank you to ALL photographers who invited their colleagues to join ImageBrief. We’re overwhelmed by the positive response to sharing the platform.

Don’t stop now.

Through until August 31st 2014, you’ll earn US$50 voucher (iTunes or Amazon… your choice) when any of your referrals sell their first image on ImageBrief… so keep inviting your photographer colleagues now!

Sue BarrRamona Răican and Heather Buckley have already each earned themselves $50 from their referrals and we’re sure there’s plenty more to come.

Drum roll please…

And so, the winner of the US$5,000 with an incredible 181 approved referrals is…

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Handsome and connected, to boot!

Leigh referred us to 586 of his colleagues with 181 of those approved by our Editors.  Leigh is an Australian photographer who joined ImageBrief earlier this year.  He has a brilliant sense for what our clients are looking for with over 10% of his images being shortlisted by our clients. Check out his profile here.

From Leigh:  ”Wow! Thank you Simon and the whole team at ImageBrief! This voucher will be put to good use!

I have enjoyed the journey and can’t wait to see ImageBrief grow as a business. I’ve only been with you for a short time and in that time I have been amazed at the company’s development.”

He has a strong social media presence including a solid following on Google+. You can connect with him there to receive his updates.

Special mentions…

Other special mentions go out to Heather Buckley and Jason Joseph for their huge efforts in bringing new photographers to ImageBrief.  Much appreciated.  

Get with the program.

Would you like start earning by spreading the word about ImageBrief to fellow photographers? Sign up or login in and visit your referrals page.

Three Photographers, Three Images, Thirty Thousand Dollars
One of the latest campaigns to use the stunning images of our community was a major photography company that needed images specific to their brand. It’s too early to reveal too many of the details but we wanted to highlight it early as we are super stoked that three separate photographers made up the three images purchased from the brief, at a value of $10,000 each. Congratulations to Matthew Doggett, Rainer Waelder and Slobodan Blagojevic.
Rainer Waelder’s Iguana Shot
We caught up quickly with Rainer, a travel/journalist photographer, to ask him about his Iguana shot.
Where and when did you take it and was it for commercial purpose, artwork or simply personal work?
I photographed this green Iguana when I was exploring the Corcovado National Park on the Osa peninsula in Costa Rica in April 2011. I was staying in a tent on the beach and had gotten up early for the sunrise to take a panoramic shot of the Pelicans ‘surfing’ the waves when the owner of the tent site told me to come over and see the Iguana he had spotted between the leaves. The Iguana moved very slowly so I had a lot of time to capture it from different angles. On my travels I mainly shoot for personal work with the intention to sell it later on through agencies and to publishers like with this shot.
Tell us a little about your technique in how you captured and produced it 
For this shot I was using a Canon 7D with the 100mm EF 1:2,8 L IS USM lens. The whole setting was already perfect so I didn’t have to wait long or do any adjustments, I just started shooting. I didn’t have to do much in post production either a bit of light and color correction and I was happy with it.

Want to start working with the biggest brands, publishers  and advertising agencies in the world? Get started here.
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Three Photographers, Three Images, Thirty Thousand Dollars
One of the latest campaigns to use the stunning images of our community was a major photography company that needed images specific to their brand. It’s too early to reveal too many of the details but we wanted to highlight it early as we are super stoked that three separate photographers made up the three images purchased from the brief, at a value of $10,000 each. Congratulations to Matthew Doggett, Rainer Waelder and Slobodan Blagojevic.
Rainer Waelder’s Iguana Shot
We caught up quickly with Rainer, a travel/journalist photographer, to ask him about his Iguana shot.
Where and when did you take it and was it for commercial purpose, artwork or simply personal work?
I photographed this green Iguana when I was exploring the Corcovado National Park on the Osa peninsula in Costa Rica in April 2011. I was staying in a tent on the beach and had gotten up early for the sunrise to take a panoramic shot of the Pelicans ‘surfing’ the waves when the owner of the tent site told me to come over and see the Iguana he had spotted between the leaves. The Iguana moved very slowly so I had a lot of time to capture it from different angles. On my travels I mainly shoot for personal work with the intention to sell it later on through agencies and to publishers like with this shot.
Tell us a little about your technique in how you captured and produced it 
For this shot I was using a Canon 7D with the 100mm EF 1:2,8 L IS USM lens. The whole setting was already perfect so I didn’t have to wait long or do any adjustments, I just started shooting. I didn’t have to do much in post production either a bit of light and color correction and I was happy with it.

Want to start working with the biggest brands, publishers  and advertising agencies in the world? Get started here.
ZoomInfo
Three Photographers, Three Images, Thirty Thousand Dollars
One of the latest campaigns to use the stunning images of our community was a major photography company that needed images specific to their brand. It’s too early to reveal too many of the details but we wanted to highlight it early as we are super stoked that three separate photographers made up the three images purchased from the brief, at a value of $10,000 each. Congratulations to Matthew Doggett, Rainer Waelder and Slobodan Blagojevic.
Rainer Waelder’s Iguana Shot
We caught up quickly with Rainer, a travel/journalist photographer, to ask him about his Iguana shot.
Where and when did you take it and was it for commercial purpose, artwork or simply personal work?
I photographed this green Iguana when I was exploring the Corcovado National Park on the Osa peninsula in Costa Rica in April 2011. I was staying in a tent on the beach and had gotten up early for the sunrise to take a panoramic shot of the Pelicans ‘surfing’ the waves when the owner of the tent site told me to come over and see the Iguana he had spotted between the leaves. The Iguana moved very slowly so I had a lot of time to capture it from different angles. On my travels I mainly shoot for personal work with the intention to sell it later on through agencies and to publishers like with this shot.
Tell us a little about your technique in how you captured and produced it 
For this shot I was using a Canon 7D with the 100mm EF 1:2,8 L IS USM lens. The whole setting was already perfect so I didn’t have to wait long or do any adjustments, I just started shooting. I didn’t have to do much in post production either a bit of light and color correction and I was happy with it.

Want to start working with the biggest brands, publishers  and advertising agencies in the world? Get started here.
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Three Photographers, Three Images, Thirty Thousand Dollars

One of the latest campaigns to use the stunning images of our community was a major photography company that needed images specific to their brand. It’s too early to reveal too many of the details but we wanted to highlight it early as we are super stoked that three separate photographers made up the three images purchased from the brief, at a value of $10,000 each. Congratulations to Matthew DoggettRainer Waelder and Slobodan Blagojevic.

Rainer Waelder’s Iguana Shot

We caught up quickly with Rainer, a travel/journalist photographer, to ask him about his Iguana shot.

Where and when did you take it and was it for commercial purpose, artwork or simply personal work?

I photographed this green Iguana when I was exploring the Corcovado National Park on the Osa peninsula in Costa Rica in April 2011. I was staying in a tent on the beach and had gotten up early for the sunrise to take a panoramic shot of the Pelicans ‘surfing’ the waves when the owner of the tent site told me to come over and see the Iguana he had spotted between the leaves. The Iguana moved very slowly so I had a lot of time to capture it from different angles. On my travels I mainly shoot for personal work with the intention to sell it later on through agencies and to publishers like with this shot.

Tell us a little about your technique in how you captured and produced it 

For this shot I was using a Canon 7D with the 100mm EF 1:2,8 L IS USM lens. The whole setting was already perfect so I didn’t have to wait long or do any adjustments, I just started shooting. I didn’t have to do much in post production either a bit of light and color correction and I was happy with it.

Want to start working with the biggest brands, publishers  and advertising agencies in the world? Get started here.

Learn to Create Incredible Portraits in NY

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We love seeing such a wide range of talented photographers at ImageBrief, from seasoned industry leading pros through to emerging artists. We’ve had many of the latter asking us for advice and tips on photography when it comes to images that are commercially viable, so thought we’d start right here in New York with something very hands-on. (Disclaimer: This is a cross promotion which we thought aligns well with ImageBrief, and hell, we scored a free ticket to give you!)

New York Photography Workshop

If you are an aspiring pro photographer, or know any budding shooters that fit that category, then we have a free ticket to give away (worth $595) to the invite-only Create Incredible Portraits weekend workshop. Specifically focused on shooting portraits for high end advertising campaigns or glossy magazines, this is a workshop that gives photographers exposure to the full crew environment of H&M, stylist and model talent, while focusing heavily on creating a strong concept and bringing it to life using cinematic lighting. 

It’s no secret that some of the biggest advertising agencies and brands in the industry are using ImageBrief and they simply must have the quality, composition, lighting and style at a professional level. This course will definitely help in achieving the benchmark required to sell big ticket image sales on ImageBrief and help you go on to work for major brands and publishing clients. 

Win a Free Ticket

To win the free ticket for the upcoming workshop in New York on 21-22nd June, tell us in the comments what is the one thing that you struggle with or want to master most in your photography. Obviously you’ll need to be in the Big Apple if you want to attend! We’ll choose the winner on Monday 9th June.

Jump on over to the NYPW page to read more about the photography workshop.

Photographer Spotlight: Santosh Verma

We like to keep up with all of our ImageBrief photographers and most recently we were lucky enough to catch up with Santosh Verma. He was just featured in the SONY® A58 camera campaign (please hold all autograph requests until the end of the post). Santosh is an active ImageBrief participant. He’s won two briefs thanks to his great eye for capturing people in authentic moments. We sat down with Santosh to understand just how he tells the story of people so well. 

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Above: Santosh’s winning image from the brief, ” Women who are leaders in their industries.”

How long have you been shooting and what inspired you initially to pick up a camera?

I have been shooting for over 20 years now. What inspired me to pick up my camera was what I saw and experienced: The drama, the magic, and the life I was surrounded with. I was enthralled by ‘the extraordinary’ that I experienced in the daily mundane, routine of ordinary life.

 What are some of your favorite subjects to photograph and how do you pick them?  

My favorite subjects have always been people. I love and am fascinated by them. The way I choose a subject is always done so instinctively and impulsively- by being ‘drawn’ to them.

Your work has a very dramatic and cinematic quality to it.  What is your approach to getting images like that?

There is a type of ‘heroism’ that is needed to live life. Almost everyone is living in an intense and dramatic life from their own point of view. For them, it is very theatrical and so there will certainly be a dramatic quality and a cinematic impression that will present itself if one observes, senses, and tries not to impose their own ideas or theories onto it.

What is your preferred lighting technique, natural light or artificial?

I mostly roam around with my DSLR without lights and shoot in natural lighting. As some of my friends would say, I shoot in ‘available-darkness,’ especially for my documentary work.

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Above: Santosh’s winning image from the brief, ” Embracing the gift of sight.”

A large number of your images are all taken in India, as that is where you are from, what inspires you about your country? 

Most of my work is from India except for a few occasions when I traveled to New York for my gallery showings at Christie’s Gallery.

My country is my inspiration, my subject, my muse, and my canvas. It is extraordinary in what she can show you about herself and about you. It can be a revelation if you’re not asleep.

You were selected to participate in the SONY® INDIA project, how did you connect with them?

 I was invited to show my work to SONY® a few months back. “This is the kind of work that I have been waiting to see for so many years,” the wonderful and gracious Japanese SONY® gentleman had said. There was no looking back after that first meeting. It has been a satisfying and meaningful relationship that has fostered on trust and respect since then. 

The SONY® Alpha Story you were in was very moving.  What other advice do you have to give for aspiring photographers? 

The SONY® Alpha Story was something that actually happened when I taught at a college. It was full of emotion and revelations that has been harnessed to make this campaign for the SONY® A58 camera. The advice that I have for any aspiring photographer is a very cliché one, ‘let your own pictures teach you what you are all about.’

We love your quote, “Don’t just click pictures, shoot stories!  There is more to a picture."  That’s great advice for all photographers to hear, as it’s so easy to snap shots with no afterthoughts.  How do you think a commercial photographer could apply this to their everyday jobs?

After shooting what the clients have asked for, I take time out and create images that I want to create for them. This is a process of educating the clients themselves! And most often, when I am asked to shoot, they say, “shoot what you want, shoot what you think’s best and we will take it from there.” So I shoot BOTH sets- what they want plus something extra. With more [effort] put in, they can be happy with what works best for them!

I firmly believe that every picture you take MUST tell a story- even if it’s a still life photograph. Everything speaks if you would only listen! So my aim is not to click pictures but to behold the story and then see how to best photograph it.

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Photo Credit: Santosh Verma

Check out Santosh’s beautiful SONY® INDIA campaign by clicking here.

Want to make money and get influence with the world’s biggest brands, agencies and publishers like Santosh? Get started here.

There’s nothing we love more than seeing our photographers’ shots blazing across the front of a website redesign! Martin Chalk, CEO of Balance Water, recently freshened up his brand with some fantastic shots found in not just one, but 2 different briefs and our curated collections.
His brief:
Fun images of beautiful people (preferably women) in a beach environment or a landscape of flowers. Think: 
beach scenes (not posed) with people being totally relaxed all natural and energetic 
healthy, beautiful, fit but not obsessed with body image
The captured scenes should typify a balanced attitude and lifestyle with happiness, contentment and being comfortable in her own skin.
Over 600 curated images were submitted in less than 48 hours. The result? A website full of thirst-quenching imagery that’s on-brand and on-budget. A big shout-out to web designer, Dale Thornton, at The Friendly Agency for making Balance’s website shine!
Thinking you should be connecting with kick-ass brands and ridiculously talented photographers? Yep, we do too. Get started now
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There’s nothing we love more than seeing our photographers’ shots blazing across the front of a website redesign! Martin Chalk, CEO of Balance Water, recently freshened up his brand with some fantastic shots found in not just one, but 2 different briefs and our curated collections.
His brief:
Fun images of beautiful people (preferably women) in a beach environment or a landscape of flowers. Think: 
beach scenes (not posed) with people being totally relaxed all natural and energetic 
healthy, beautiful, fit but not obsessed with body image
The captured scenes should typify a balanced attitude and lifestyle with happiness, contentment and being comfortable in her own skin.
Over 600 curated images were submitted in less than 48 hours. The result? A website full of thirst-quenching imagery that’s on-brand and on-budget. A big shout-out to web designer, Dale Thornton, at The Friendly Agency for making Balance’s website shine!
Thinking you should be connecting with kick-ass brands and ridiculously talented photographers? Yep, we do too. Get started now
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There’s nothing we love more than seeing our photographers’ shots blazing across the front of a website redesign! Martin Chalk, CEO of Balance Water, recently freshened up his brand with some fantastic shots found in not just one, but 2 different briefs and our curated collections.
His brief:
Fun images of beautiful people (preferably women) in a beach environment or a landscape of flowers. Think: 
beach scenes (not posed) with people being totally relaxed all natural and energetic 
healthy, beautiful, fit but not obsessed with body image
The captured scenes should typify a balanced attitude and lifestyle with happiness, contentment and being comfortable in her own skin.
Over 600 curated images were submitted in less than 48 hours. The result? A website full of thirst-quenching imagery that’s on-brand and on-budget. A big shout-out to web designer, Dale Thornton, at The Friendly Agency for making Balance’s website shine!
Thinking you should be connecting with kick-ass brands and ridiculously talented photographers? Yep, we do too. Get started now
ZoomInfo
There’s nothing we love more than seeing our photographers’ shots blazing across the front of a website redesign! Martin Chalk, CEO of Balance Water, recently freshened up his brand with some fantastic shots found in not just one, but 2 different briefs and our curated collections.
His brief:
Fun images of beautiful people (preferably women) in a beach environment or a landscape of flowers. Think: 
beach scenes (not posed) with people being totally relaxed all natural and energetic 
healthy, beautiful, fit but not obsessed with body image
The captured scenes should typify a balanced attitude and lifestyle with happiness, contentment and being comfortable in her own skin.
Over 600 curated images were submitted in less than 48 hours. The result? A website full of thirst-quenching imagery that’s on-brand and on-budget. A big shout-out to web designer, Dale Thornton, at The Friendly Agency for making Balance’s website shine!
Thinking you should be connecting with kick-ass brands and ridiculously talented photographers? Yep, we do too. Get started now
ZoomInfo
There’s nothing we love more than seeing our photographers’ shots blazing across the front of a website redesign! Martin Chalk, CEO of Balance Water, recently freshened up his brand with some fantastic shots found in not just one, but 2 different briefs and our curated collections.
His brief:
Fun images of beautiful people (preferably women) in a beach environment or a landscape of flowers. Think: 
beach scenes (not posed) with people being totally relaxed all natural and energetic 
healthy, beautiful, fit but not obsessed with body image
The captured scenes should typify a balanced attitude and lifestyle with happiness, contentment and being comfortable in her own skin.
Over 600 curated images were submitted in less than 48 hours. The result? A website full of thirst-quenching imagery that’s on-brand and on-budget. A big shout-out to web designer, Dale Thornton, at The Friendly Agency for making Balance’s website shine!
Thinking you should be connecting with kick-ass brands and ridiculously talented photographers? Yep, we do too. Get started now
ZoomInfo
There’s nothing we love more than seeing our photographers’ shots blazing across the front of a website redesign! Martin Chalk, CEO of Balance Water, recently freshened up his brand with some fantastic shots found in not just one, but 2 different briefs and our curated collections.
His brief:
Fun images of beautiful people (preferably women) in a beach environment or a landscape of flowers. Think: 
beach scenes (not posed) with people being totally relaxed all natural and energetic 
healthy, beautiful, fit but not obsessed with body image
The captured scenes should typify a balanced attitude and lifestyle with happiness, contentment and being comfortable in her own skin.
Over 600 curated images were submitted in less than 48 hours. The result? A website full of thirst-quenching imagery that’s on-brand and on-budget. A big shout-out to web designer, Dale Thornton, at The Friendly Agency for making Balance’s website shine!
Thinking you should be connecting with kick-ass brands and ridiculously talented photographers? Yep, we do too. Get started now
ZoomInfo
There’s nothing we love more than seeing our photographers’ shots blazing across the front of a website redesign! Martin Chalk, CEO of Balance Water, recently freshened up his brand with some fantastic shots found in not just one, but 2 different briefs and our curated collections.
His brief:
Fun images of beautiful people (preferably women) in a beach environment or a landscape of flowers. Think: 
beach scenes (not posed) with people being totally relaxed all natural and energetic 
healthy, beautiful, fit but not obsessed with body image
The captured scenes should typify a balanced attitude and lifestyle with happiness, contentment and being comfortable in her own skin.
Over 600 curated images were submitted in less than 48 hours. The result? A website full of thirst-quenching imagery that’s on-brand and on-budget. A big shout-out to web designer, Dale Thornton, at The Friendly Agency for making Balance’s website shine!
Thinking you should be connecting with kick-ass brands and ridiculously talented photographers? Yep, we do too. Get started now
ZoomInfo
There’s nothing we love more than seeing our photographers’ shots blazing across the front of a website redesign! Martin Chalk, CEO of Balance Water, recently freshened up his brand with some fantastic shots found in not just one, but 2 different briefs and our curated collections.

His brief:

Fun images of beautiful people (preferably women) in a beach environment or a landscape of flowers. Think: 

  • beach scenes (not posed) with people being totally relaxed all natural and energetic 
  • healthy, beautiful, fit but not obsessed with body image

The captured scenes should typify a balanced attitude and lifestyle with happiness, contentment and being comfortable in her own skin.


Over 600 curated images were submitted in less than 48 hours. The result? A website full of thirst-quenching imagery that’s on-brand and on-budget. A big shout-out to web designer, Dale Thornton, at The Friendly Agency for making Balance’s website shine!


Thinking you should be connecting with kick-ass brands and ridiculously talented photographers? Yep, we do too. Get started now