Corporate Photography Packages From The Typeface Group

Branding & Design



We are living in an increasingly visual world; you only have to look at social media to find evidence of this. The photo is king. It’s quick, informative, emotive and does the job. Whatever job it needs to.

Having corporate photography and images are invaluable, as they can be used for SO many aspects of a business – PR, marketing, website, literature, advertising, retail, social media… Images make everything better.


All our corporate photography sessions will be art directed, either alongside the photographer or via a collaborative brief. Prices include travel costs, editing time, 10-working-day turnaround, unlimited high-res digital colour images, personal Google Drive link and rights to all images.


Grace recently photographed a residential interior design project of mine. I expected good photos having seen her work, but the results were outstanding. She captured full room shots as well as all the small details beautifully. She was also an absolute pleasure to work with, listening carefully to the brief and responding by meeting all expectations. Commissioning the half-day shoot was totally worth the investment. I now have photos that can be used for every occasion such as client requests, my website and very importantly instagram! Thank you to Grace, you have been superb!

Margi Rose

Owner, Margi Rose Designs

Book your corporate photography shoot today!


WHY should your business be using high-quality corporate images?

  • 60% of consumers are more likely to consider contacting a business when an image shows up in search results*
  • Articles with images get 94% more total views*
  • Engagement rate on Facebook for photos averages 0.37%, where text is only 0.27%*
  • Including a professional or corporate photo in a press release increases views by over 45%*
  • In an e-commerce site, 67% of consumers say the quality of a product image is ‘very important’ in selecting and purchasing a product*

*Sources: National Retail Federation, PR Newswire, Web Liquid, Alexa, New York Times.

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