When you think about how tourism authorities use photographs to market their destinations, it simply makes sense to have a library of high-quality images to build upon, which can be accessed instantly.
For Tourism Authorities looking to freshen up their destinations photo library, I offer a range of packages that can be tailored to suit your promotional requirements and ensure great value for money.
THREE DAY ASSIGNMENT
A combination of each standard package: FESTIVAL STANDARD PACKAGE, ADVENTURE STANDARD PACKAGE and either the UNIQUE ACCOMMODATION or RESTAURANT PACKAGE.
SEVEN DAY ASSIGNMENT
Tailor your own seven day assignment to create an image library of a variety of your destinations key promotional requirements by combing packages for a more in-depth coverage
THIRTY DAY RESIDENTIAL ASSIGNMENT
I will reside in your destination and be available to shoot for the tourism authority for the entire thirty day period. Immersed in the best of what your country has to offer – from stunning landscapes to exciting tourist excursions and rich local traditions.The images captured will give potential visitors a window into the life of your destination.
THROUGH THE EYES OF A TRAVELLING LOCAL
Taking back control of the sourcing, organisation and sharing of images, your tourism authority can create stronger storytelling platform from inside the country and take control of how your nation is represented abroad.
Rather than buying stock images, I will spend six to eight weeks a year creating photos of your destination. This ensures that images are on-brand and that the stories they tell are told through the eyes of a "travelling local". Acting almost like a staff photographer, your organisation will own the copyright to these photos. This gives you ultimate control over the images and ensures they can be shared with stakeholders.
This strategy is key because it is difficult for your stakeholders from abroad to continually produce their own images. Your organisation can provide images as a free service to stakeholders, as long as they credit the photographer and the national tourism board. It’s a win-win. Stakeholders can access a diverse and evolving collection of high-quality images. Meanwhile, you can guide the branding to make sure stories are accurate and compelling.