Dogbone Design Studio is a Los Angeles based designand development bureau offering services within branding, design for print and digital, illustration, Photography and Art \Direction.
The team at Dogbone Associates brings experience, creative excellence and superior innovation to the creation, design and building of modern brands.
360º BRAND DESIGN: brand positioning, brand naming, logo design, corporate identity, brand innovation and brand standard maintenance.

ADVERTISING: creative and art direction, casting, photoshoot production, alternative advertising, retouching and post-production.

GRAPHIC DESIGN: full-service collateral design, signage system and navigation design, broadcast graphics, editorial design, print and artwork production.

DIGITAL DESIGN: full-service internet creative direction, design and technical implementation.

PACKAGE and PRODUCT DESIGN: packaging creative direction and design, shelf-impact optimization, packaging production art and file preparation, rendering, comp and model production.
Dogbone Design Studios
5345 San Fernando Road West
Los Angeles, CA 90039
310.598.2771
info@dogbonestudios.com

06.07.12 - Los Angeles Is A Perfect Spot For Photography Services

Where to find a Los Angeles photography center or great photography service here in Los Angeles? Well, it all depends on what you’re looking for. If you’re a bride or a corporate event planner looking for a one stop shop for all your photography needs, you’ll be happy to know Los Angeles is home to some of the most respected photographers in the country.

My first advice would be to go with someone you know, or have someone recommend one to you. If you’ve already exhausted those options to no avail, then hit the internet which of course is the best source of information for photography. Once you spot the Los Angeles photography studio that reflex the image you’re looking for… “oops” did I tell you how to do that? Okay then lets backup a minute…any photographer worth their weight, will have a fabulous website. If they don’t, who would? Chances are their site will give you a sense of their specialty, weddings, children, the National Geographic type, high fashion, commercial photography, etc. Once you find your match, browse through their photo gallery and give them a call. At all cost try for a meeting in person, at their center for photography or studio, after all that’s why you searched for someone local.

If you’re in a crunch and time and money is a deal breaker,  first thing you should ask is if their available for your event, if not click on the next photography studio and repeat the process until you find someone willing and able to work around you time restraint. Once that is settled make an appointment to meet with them and their portfolio. As I mentioned try to meet at their studio this will give you a huge insight. First it will tell you if they have an established business and second you’ll get a better feel for who you’re working with. That being said, if money is an issue and the budget for photography is scares, you may want to work with a photographer that can provide you with a portfolio and a few references you can verify. This type of freelance photographer may have a lower overhead and he may be willing to cut you a deal.

Remember that all that is portrayed on the internet is not necessarily true, so do not let the high end flashy website sell you something sight unseen and verified. Do your homework; it will save you time, frustration and money.

An all inclusive Los Angeles photography center can have great advantages on many levels. Whether you’re looking for a photo shoot to launch your modeling career and build your portfolio or you’re a business looking to have a catalog or brochure designed. Finding the right person and studio to work with is a key in a having your expectations meet. Helping you brand an image is one of the most important elements of a great photographer. When we take into account that anyone can take a picture, especially with the technology available, it is equally as important to know that only a photographer can take a photograph.

If you’re wondering what’s the difference, it’s all in the story a photograph paints.

Let’s say for example you own a bakery and your specialty is a chocolate muse cake with a scrumptious white fluffy cream frosting that melts in your mouth.  You want to create a brochure, business cards, and maybe a website where people can order you sweet delights.

A professional photographer will know how to set a stage. He will know how to cut the cake and have it sit perfectly on a beautiful dish with the right dessert fork placed to enhance the entire mood and not detract from the main objective.

When the image is taken anyone that looks at it will know.. what you’re selling and how it feels. And if the photographer is real good, your audience will know how good it taste. And that’s the difference between a picture and a photograph.

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