Muddy Paw PR agency founder Angela Mastrogiacomo may have said it best when it comes to having a professional band photo taken in a photo studio: “There’s something incredibly powerful about a really good promo photo. The way it can capture the attention of music journalists, fans, bookers, and the industry at large.” (Sonicbids, April 15, 2019)
Said more simply, a professional photo can make all the difference in the world to artists, whether you’re looking to:
- Compel more followers by making your social channels stand out from the crowd
- Relaunch your website to attract more fans
- Attract attention to your track/album on music sites
- Improve media attention with a press release or new band press kit
- Catch the eye of ticket buyers with a new concert poster
The advantages of a professional-quality photograph are pretty much endless as an essential element to help artists reach their musical goals. That’s why Royal City Studios now has an on-site photo studio to help artists affordably reach the next level.
Flexibility is the strength of the Royal City Studios photo studio.
Option 1: Bring your own photographer.
If you have a photographer you know and trust, and who can work the professional photo equipment in our studio, feel free to bring them along. We welcome all photographers to make use of our studio space for band shots or anything.
Our equipment includes three pro-quality photography lights, an 8.5-ft. black backdrop, and a variety of colored carpets.
Option 2: Book our in-house photographer, Kenneth
Kenneth has photographed many well-known musicians. Below are some samples of his work, including a recent shot of model Mikayla at the studio. You can book Kenneth with a minimum of two weeks notice by clicking on the link below.
>> Book Kenneth for your Royal City Studios photo shoot
Not a musician? Know someone who could benefit from a professional-quality photo shoot?
Help support their goals and purchase them a gift certificate.
Tip: If they’ve never heard of Royal City Studios, just tell them, “It’s where music happens and opportunities begin.”
Note: All photos in this blog are used by permission.
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