Hey everyone! I’m back with another (hopefully somewhat) interesting blog for you all!
Today, we’re talking about one of my FAVORITE platforms to find inspo for your branding sessions…PINTEREST! This platform is extra close to my heart since I’m moving my business focus mainly over to Pinterest. Check out my page HERE!
Now, let’s get into the good stuff!
Why Should You Use Pinterest To Prepare For Your Branding Shoot?
Pinterest is a highly visual platform where you can find a wide range of images, graphics, and designs. It’s an excellent resource for exploring various visual styles, color palettes, and aesthetics that resonate with your brand. Do some exploring with keywords to find inspo for what you’re going for!
Pinterest offers an ENORMOUS collection of pins across different industries, niches, and design preferences. This diversity allows you to discover creative ideas and concepts that you might not have thought of on your own; and I’m ready to try ANYTHING new!
Pinterest makes it SO easy to create virtual mood boards by collecting and organizing inspo pictures that reflect the look and feel you want for your branding session. Mood boards can serve as a great reference point for your photographer, designer, or any professionals involved in your branding. We can help your vision come to LIFE.
How To Use Pinterest For Your Branding Session
There are SO many places to explore to find inspiration on Pinterest. Begin searching for pins that resonate with your brand identity. Use keywords related to your industry, style, niche, and desired elements.
Pin images that capture the mood and emotion you want your branding photos to convey. Are you aiming for a professional, serious look or a more relaxed and approachable vibe? Use images to communicate these feelings you’re trying to convey to your audience!
As you collect pins, you may notice patterns and recurring themes. This will help you refine your vision for the photoshoot and ensure consistency in the final images. The KEY is making sure that your pins are aligned with your vision.
That’s all for today, thanks for reading & USE PINTEREST! 🙂