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Commercial Photography

Employee engagement. It’s an awkward phrase like “ping him an email” or anything involving the word “moist.” That expression is dehumanizing and sounds like an obligation. I picture someone in upper management checking off “engaged with an employee today” on their to-do list. Creating a company culture that is inviting and engaging shouldn’t...

"Traditional" is not a word that is associated with Coyle's culture, especially when we're in giving mode. We don't write checks and disappear. When we donate to a non-profit, we're donating a service - not just a commodity. It's personal. ...

In business, it is too easy to assume that a person can do something because you see another person trying to do everything. For businesses with small budgets or internal teams, we know that getting value out of a pro is an essential part of doing business....

When John Coyle shoots a portrait, he yells sweet nothings like: “You’ve got the look.” “Oh yeah. I wish you were here earlier. You could’ve shown (Insert name here) a thing or two.” “Best. Smile. Ever!” “Keep that smile big. Keep that smile bright. There you go! You’re doing great!” “You look amazing!” John and I...

Read this: “We’re shooting Grandma today. Our concern is that she may be too hot due to her white hair and skin tones. Close the barn doors and throw a grid on that. An over-exposed grandma will force us to burn her down later. Whoops – sorry grandma – didn’t mean...

Let’s get something straight: Having a limited budget or being short on time is not a good enough reason to sacrifice quality. “Champagne taste on a beer budget” is a problem that requires a creative solution. One of the biggest mistakes made in marketing efforts is to exclude creative partners from...