Brian Rodgers Jr. Indiana Commercial Advertising Photographer

Why Professional Portraits Are Important In Today's Digital Marketplace | Digital Art That Rocks LLC | Mishawaka, IN

 Why Professional Portraits Are Important In Today's Digital Marketplace | Digital Art That Rocks LLC | Mishawaka, IN

WHY ARE PROFESSIONAL PORTRAITS IMPORTANT? 

In todays world, a large majority of "first impressions" are often digital. Both professional & business related interactions often start online whether it’s through a company website or social media. Your professional headshot goes a long way in delivering a consistent digital identity & personal brand across all platforms that you choose to utilize. A professional headshot can help you establish credibility & trust when you’re connecting with other professionals on social media networks like Linkedin. Approach these digital interactions as you would any first impression.

PERSONAL BRANDING 

People don’t buy from companies, they buy from brands. Everyone has their own personal brand. Even if you work for a large company, sales are often generated as a direct result of a one on one interaction with a personal brand within that company. Whether you’re happy in your current position or you’re looking for new career opportunities, your personal brand is the catalyst for professional growth.

Amazon Product Photography | Digital Art That Rocks LLC | Midwest Product Photography

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Do you want to know a great way to help sell your products on Amazon? The Answer: Have great product photography! Better product photography can lead to more online sales whether you're selling your products through amazon.com or through your own e-commerce platform. 

Here is an example of a product I shot a while back. It's simple & clean; perfect for e-commerce.

Whether you need epic hero shots with special effects, photography of your product in use, or you simply need nice clean catalog photography for your e-commerce marketing needs, contact Brian at Digital Art That Rocks LLC today!

 

Brian Rodgers Jr. | Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist | Digital Art that Rocks LLC
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Midwest Commercial Advertising, Product & beverage Photography | Digital Art That Rocks LLC | Brian Rodgers Jr.

Happy New Year from Digital Art That Rocks LLC!  Wishing you and yours a happy, healthy, and safe 2016!

You path to better imagery starts here! If you're looking to integrate award winning commercial advertising photography into your marketing and advertising budget for 2016, you've come to the right place.

Digital Art That Rocks LLC is a commercial photography studio based out of Mishawaka Indiana. Great advertising starts with great imagery. Digital Art That Rocks produces high end commercial advertising photography, creative retouching, composite imagery and video services that help businesses connect with their customers. Because at Digital Art That Rocks, it's all in the details.

Specializing in Product Photography, Beverage Photography, Architectural Photography

Brian Rodgers Jr. | Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist | Digital Art that Rocks LLC
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How To Create Realistic Steam in Photoshop | Brian Rodgers Jr. | Digital Art That Rocks™

Brian Rodgers Jr. of Digital Art That Rocks™ shows you how to create realistic looking steam from scratch, right inside of Photoshop CC! His unique approach will have you creating realistic steam in no time!

As a retoucher, one of the things that I love about Photoshop is the ability to create things from scratch. Recently I was shooting a commercial product assignment and I had a cup of coffee in the background as a prop. It really added to the image, but it was by no means the focal point of the image. By the time I had everything right where I wanted it on set, the coffee was cold and no longer had real steam. Instead of brewing more coffee, as I had drank enough already that day, I decided it would be best to create it in Photoshop. I tried a few a few things first before ultimately coming up with a really cool and repeatable technique. I tried creating some custom brushes, and I got some pretty good results, but it was taking way too long to do it with the brush tool. So after about 10 minutes of experimenting, I developed a really cool technique that allows you to create realistic looking steam in just minutes! It utilizes one of Photoshop CC's new features. Check out the video to see how it works! 

South Bend Indiana Commercial Product Photography | Watch Photography | Brian Rodgers Jr. | Digital Art That Rocks LLC

Here's a little behind the scenes look at some commercial product photography that I'm working on in the studio this week. This is going to be a really nice shot once I'm done retouching the final composite image :)

 

Brian Rodgers Jr. | Commercial Photographer/Digital Artist | Digital Art that Rocks LLC
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