Content is king! In the age of search, content does a lot to drive organic search to our businesses. Keeping fresh content rolling of the press is a sure way to improve SEO and get clients through the door. Why not show them what you do. Create a social media page or a portfolio site where prospective clients can see your completed work. A commercial photographer specializing in interior and architectural photography can do a lot to help promote your business. Have a question? Get in touch. Here are some images I did for Construction Panache in Mont-Tremblant.
By Allen McEachern.
During the dark winter days of January I was engaged by Canada's 100 Best Restaurants Magazine to complete an assignment to cover restaurants in Montreal and area for inclusion in this year's publication. My mandate was to create a mix of editorial style images of food, dinning room interiors, and portraits. I had the great pleasure of meeting and working with some of the most front facing culinary professionals in Montreal. The final ranking results are in, the winners announced, and my photos are live and published. Here are a few of my favourite shots and links to their position on Canada's 100 Best Restaurants.
#2 Toqué! - http://canadas100best.com/no-2-toque-2017/
#3 Joe Beef - http://canadas100best.com/no-3-joe-beef-2017/
#4 Le Vin Papillon - http://canadas100best.com/no-4-le-vin-papillon-2017/
#13 - Maison Publique - http://canadas100best.com/no-13-maison-publique-2017/
#22 Cabane à Sucre au Pied de Cochon - http://canadas100best.com/no-22-cabane-a-sucre-2017/
#34 Bouillon Bilk - http://canadas100best.com/no-34-bouillon-bilk-2017/
#35 Foxy - http://canadas100best.com/no-35-foxy-2017/
#38 Maison Boulud - http://canadas100best.com/no-38-maison-boulud-2017/
#45 Park - http://canadas100best.com/no-45-park-2017/
#56 - Le Club Chasse et Pêche - http://www.leclubchasseetpeche.com
By Allen McEachern.
Architecture & Interior Photography - a new portfolio page http://www.allenmceachern.ca/building-design. A collection of client work shot over the last 6 months in Montreal, and the Laurentian mountains of Quebec. Below are a few images from the collection.