Specialized Dental images
March 09, 2022
In our last blog, we made the big announcement that Dental Stock Photos is looking to grow its library of quality and authentic dental images with photographs from contributors across Australia with dental industry experience.
So if you work in the dental industry and enjoy taking photos, why not send us your photos for submission. We understand you might not be sure if the images are professional enough, but what have you got to lose?
We’re looking for more ‘before and after’ images of:
Take a look at our current library to get a feel for the images our clients are using every day for their online and offline marketing and print media. And don’t forget, commission is paid to you for every image license sold.
Still on the fence? Here are some of the top tips we can share to help you with your submission:
One more thing – don’t put too much pressure on yourself to get the ‘perfect’ photo. Take lots of before, during and after images and we’ll sort through them to see if they are suitable. Those that we do accept will become part of our ever-growing library of authentic dental clinic images.
We look forward to seeing your submissions! At DSP we’re excited about offering our clients thousands of images that show ‘real’ dental procedures, while giving you the opportunity to get into a new income stream!
You can read more information here.
Or contact Dr Roslyn Franklin for anything you’d like to discuss.
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May 09, 2022
Last month was an exciting time for us at DSP as we were commissioned to do a ‘custom shoot’ for our clients Ansell Healthcare and their two new products – a MICROFLEX Neoprene glove and MICROFLEX Nitrile glove.
Ansell provided us with a very specific brief on the shots they required. They wanted images showcasing their gloves while:
April 26, 2022
In these days of billions of Social Media posts being uploaded everyday, and our ‘3 second online attention span’, how can you make sure that your audience engages with you and your online platforms? Yes, it’s been found that in these days of constant scrolling, 3 seconds is all you have to capture someone’s attention, and to do that you have to have a ‘hook’; a visual image that will encourage the viewer to stop scrolling and find out more.
April 11, 2022
Have you taken the plunge yet? Have you submitted your dental images to add to our library? At DSP we know that sending us your photos for submission may cause some anxiety, but as we mentioned in one of our previous blogs….what have you got to lose?