Photography & Video

There’s a reason they say a picture is worth a thousand words, so we strive to capture unique photography & video that tells your story.

Humans are visually oriented. People respond immediately and emotionally to visual imagery, therefore it’s crucial to get that right in your marketing and advertising. So, our goal is to capture imagery and tell stories that move your customers and positively affect their decision-making process. In, addition to stunning visuals, we focus on industry best practices in pre- and post-production in editing.

“Working with Springer Studios was an easy-going and fun experience. David’s design talent and creativity made it fast and simple for us to create a logo for starting our small business, Wilmington Homebrew Supply. We are so grateful for our logo and signage designs. We will continue working with Springer Studios as our business grows.”

John & Michelle

Key Elements of Great Photography & Video

  • 1Communication.

    First, a great photograph or video can convey a message like no other media. Meanwhile, one glance or a few seconds can communicate a complex concept instantly.

  • 2Emotional Reaction.

    Furthermore, composition, setting, and subject matter all create an emotional reaction and can affect your client’s purchasing decisions.

  • 3Unforgettable.

    Above all, etched into the minds of its viewer, strong visuals stay with its viewer long after being seen. After that moment, you want them to return to what you’ve shown them.

  • 4Professionalism.

    Lastly, quality photographs or video can communicate your company’s brand position and professionalism instantly. So, what do your company photographs say about your business?

Similarly, there are as many opinions about this as there are people. However, we think this sentiment from a National Geographic editor states in well:

“The great pictures just stop time. They capture something that did not continue. It just was then, and that was the perfect moment… wasn’t the moment before… wasn’t the moment after. It was that moment.”