Video & Photography

Here at RDG, we know that the way your product or service is presented matters; we do product photography in-house. We also have a fantastic network of photographers and videographers who have shot for a variety of industries, including medical, corporate, product, commercial, retail, food and beverage, manufacturing, and more.

“The art of photography is all about directing the attention of the viewer.” Steven Pinker

Brand photography is a powerful tool for businesses: the right imagery can make your website stand out from the crowd and hook new potential customers. According to MDVAdvertising, people remember only 10% of information three days after hearing it; adding a picture can improve recall to 65%. As well, customers are more likely to view online ads favorably if they emphasize pictures over text.

In the past 5 years, social media has increasingly focused on video. We know that video-focused posts and ads on social media are more engaging for potential customers. With video being such a driving force in different areas of digital and web marketing, RDG has created a network of talented videographers to help us help our clients rise above.

We can support, project manage, and develop creative direction for our clients from start to finish on their project. We are able to assist with projects across all 3 sectors: print, web, and digital.

We offer the following photography and videography services:

  • Product photography 
  • Project management
  • Storyboarding and art direction 
  • Photo editing

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We take pride in being a comprehensive integrated marketing support solution. We work with clients across a wide range of industries. We would love to talk with you more about how we can support your organization.

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