Our top 5 fave paid & free stock photography websites

Creating original photography for your content marketing can be expensive, and we know exactly why! After all, we have our own in-house photographer, so we appreciate all the time, effort and skill that goes into creating this content. 

Visuals are an essential part of content marketing, it’s what initially draws people to your social media and website. Did you know that consumers are more likely to engage with visual content marketing over text-only content?

We recommend creating original content for all our clients, as it seriously elevates a brand and allows us to showcase your products in a unique and creative way that will resonate with your audiences. 

However, creating original photography isn’t always cost-effective or even possible for certain projects and therefore, we sometimes rely on stock photography!

Stock photos can be great for:

  • Adding a visual element to blog posts 
  • Creating lifestyle content for social media 
  • Advertising 

These are our top 5 favourite paid & free stock photography sites:

1. Shutterstock (paid)

We have a subscription for Shutterstock for when we have very specific image requirements that free stock photography websites just can’t fulfill. 

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With a Shutterstock subscription, you have access to a library of over 320 million images, with fresh content added daily. 

2. Unsplash (free)

Wow! Unsplash is an amazing resource for photography! They have over 2 million free high-resolution images available, created by a generous community of photographers. 

3. Rawpixel (free & paid)

Rawpixel is an awesome resource for stock photography and vectors. Rawpixel focuses and prides itself on bringing diverse stock photography to its users. They created and started the (One) World Face Project, with the ultimate goal of representing faces from around the world. A really beautiful project that we recommend checking out. 

They have some great options for paid and unpaid stock photography subscriptions:

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4. Pixabay(free)

Pixabay has a community of creatives, sharing copyright-free images, video and music. Under the free Pixabay License, you’re safe to use all content found on their website for commercial purposes.

5. Pexels (free)

Pexels is a great resource for free stock photography and videos, allowing you to access and use their images for commercial purposes including:

  • Commercial website 
  • Blog 
  • Products

When using stock photography or graphics, ensure you read through the licensing information and be careful to not infringe on the artist’s copyrights!.

Happy downloading.

We boosted their revenues by 104% – and more data on what we achieve for our clients

Are you looking for a social media agency in Vancouver? Selecting an agency that can prove it generates results for clients through social media marketing is key to making your investment worthwhile. 

Let’s take a closer look at some specific stats we have achieved for clients:

Digital Marketing for Vancouver Coffee Chain

For our client Waves Coffee House, we reached over 540,000 people in BC and Alberta through our social media and Google ad campaigns. That’s a lot of people now thinking about where to get their next cup of coffee and sweet treat. We’ll soon be launching their Spotify ad campaign – how exciting! 

One of Waves’ best performing posts in the last month has been this giveaway which resulted in the following: 

  • 3,090 reach
  • 3,538 impressions
  • 447 likes
  • 1,250 comments
  • 27 saves

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Some other great performing posts:

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Digital Marketing for eCommerce Brands

Through our email marketing campaigns and paid social media campaigns, we have been very successful at helping to increase revenues for eCommerce clients. 

For one such client, we helped generate over $45,000 with just 2 emails to their customers. 

For the same client, we transformed $776 in ad spend into over $28,000 in sales in one month.

We’re so grateful that we’ve been able to make a big impact on the growth of local Vancouver businesses with our digital marketing efforts.

We helped another eCommerce apparel client improve their website conversion optimization and increased their revenue by 104%. 

Digital Marketing for Vancouver Restaurants

By creating radio, Spotify and social media ads, we reached over 523,000 people to tell them about Disco Cheetah’s mouthwatering food, available for delivery and takeout.  

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Online Marketing for Travel Companies

With our social media ad management, we have increased website traffic for Sahara Touring – despite travel restrictions due to the current pandemic, over 4,800 visited their website so far, thanks to our social media services. 

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One of our top tips to increase social media engagement: Giveaways

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Another giveaway that we created for The Facial Room increased their following and engagement, some quick stats from this post are:

  • 70 profile visits 
  • 282 likes 
  • 555 comments 
  • 2,663 impressions 

We’re here to serve

Here at Legendary Social Media, we offer full-service social solutions to our clients, this includes:

  • Social media auditing, strategy & competitive analysis 
  • Creative direction & project management
  • Social media management 
  • Instagram stories & highlights
  • Influencer campaign management
  • Reporting
  • Paid ad campaign management 
  • Content creation
  • Styling & photography
  • SEO content writing 
  • Google PPC campaigns

By identifying the specific needs of our clients, we have been able to increase revenue, followers, website traffic and engagement through our work. 

According to research, 3.6 billion people are using social media worldwide. Therefore, you need to manage your social media effectively in order to reach your target audience. If managing your business’s social media platforms seems overwhelming to you, then consult with an expert, a social media agency! 

Want to step up your social media game in 2021 with a social media agency in Vancouver? Reach out to us for a custom quote! 

Client Feature: Sahara Touring

We feel so lucky to have a roster of awesome and diverse clients. This year, Sahara Touring joined our lineup of social media clients and we’re so grateful to have them on board. 

Sahara Touring offers a unique travel experience to its customers by offering a more personalized experience on Moroccan tours. Sahara Touring believes that in order for their customers to truly experience each destination to its fullest, they should be taken to less-travelled locations and paired with local tour guides who are passionate about Morocco and everything it has to offer. They have curated their tours into 4 main categories which include the following:

  • Camping
  • Trekking
  • 4×4 tours
  • Day trips

You can check out what they have to offer more in-depth here.

Our team at Legendary has been providing the following services to Sahara Touring: 

One challenging aspect of our work for Sahara Touring is that their image sources vary, so as part of our service, we ensure that the images used for their social media channels are consistent and edited in a cohesive way. Check out their feed! 

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We’re currently in the initial phases of running paid campaigns for Sahara Touring, using social media ads. Once international travel becomes accessible, we’ll support Sahara Touring’s business growth goals with ads that help deliver leads for potential customers.

Are you looking for help with your social media strategy and content creation? Look no further! Legendary and our team of experts can help

Client Feature: Disco Cheetah Korean Grill

We’re back with another client feature! This time, we’re super pumped to introduce one of our long-standing clients, Disco Cheetah Korean Grill

“We cook up bright, bold Korean dishes that are totally unique in Vancouver, you won’t find our flavours and colours anywhere else. And we serve it all hot, fast and in a format that’s affordable and comfortable for urban Vancouverites to enjoy.”

When we began working with Disco Cheetah in 2017 they were a popular local food truck that could be spotted around the streets of downtown Vancouver during the week, and at local farmers markets and events on the weekend. Since then, they have expanded to their first brick-and-mortar location on Davie St and have quickly established themselves as one of the top delivery restaurants in the city on UberEats. 

Our team can’t get enough of their delicious food!

What we provide for Disco Cheetah Korean Grill 

We manage nearly all of Disco Cheetah’s marketing needs. Our work so far has included creating and managing the following:

  • Social media marketing on Facebook and Instagram (including running contests and giveaways)
  • Content creation (captions and stories)
  • Community management
  • Food photography & styling 
  • Paid campaigns (leading audiences to their website and ordering from food delivery apps)
  • Local radio ads (listen for their ad running on 102.7 The Peak) 
  • Influencer media tastings

To grow Disco Cheetah’s following, our content manager, Nina, creates posts with engaging and humorous captions (so many puns!). Our in-house photographer, Kat, creates beautifully styled photoshoots showcasing their food’s bright colours.

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Influencer marketing in Vancouver

One of our favourite services that we provide to Disco Cheetah is hooking them up with local foodie influencers for media tastings and contests. These partnerships have generated a ton of brand awareness for the restaurant. Our monthly influencer lead contests generate 2,000+ entries each and gain Disco Cheetah an average of 100 new Instagram followers per month. 

Keep an eye on their Instagram for the next contest! 

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What can we do for you?

Are you ready to up your social media game? Legendary Social Media can help with that! We have a well-rounded team of experts who can help your business reach its goals. –

4 new ways to grow your Instagram audience

Looking to expand your Instagram audience? Try these four tips to get new eyes on your Instagram account and grow your following. 

Go live, and bring a guest

People who use Instagram really value authenticity! And nothing is more authentic than being candid and personal in front of a live audience. Give your audience business updates in real-time with Instagram Live. You don’t have to put on a show, simply share tips, upcoming product launches, promotions, collaborations or virtual events that are coming up! 

To gain a wider audience for your Instagram Live video, try inviting a guest to join you and add their perspective to the discussion. You could interview an influencer, customer, co-worker or someone from another company within your industry. Try to find a guest who has a similar audience and value set to your business so you have something to offer new viewers. 

Live video should feel raw and organic. It’s about showing the audience your true self and being relatable. So, don’t panic if you stumble over your words or the background in your video is messy. Just be yourself! 

Create a shareworthy contest or giveaway 

A well-planned Instagram contest or giveaway helps you build your audience, increases engagement with your posts, and boosts brand awareness. Launching a new product? By creating a giveaway, you could generate some excitement and interest! 

Running your own contest/giveaway can: 

  • Attract new followers faster. Studies have shown that Instagram accounts that hold a contest or giveaway grow 70% faster than those that don’t. 
  • Engage with current and potential followers. By creating a contest that requires followers to tag friends, you’re increasing engagement signals to Instagram’s algorithm which will result in your content being featured more regularly in your audiences feed and potentially as a top post in the hashtags you used!
  • Build and nurture relationships with your existing audience. When you give away something to your audience, it helps cultivate an emotional connection between you and your followers. 

Check out these two giveaways we ran for our client, The Facial Room. These giveaways generated engagement, profile visits and website visits – which is the ultimate goal! instagram-giveaway- legendary social media vancouve


If you decide to run a contest or giveaway, just ensure you’re abiding by Instagram’s rules and regulations

Offer a lead magnet and build retargeting audiences

A lead magnet is an incentive that marketers can offer to potential customers in exchange for their email address or contact information – very valuable information if you’re running email campaigns. Lead magnets usually offer up a piece of free digital, downloadable content that is of value to your potential customer. Examples of valuable content you could create:

  • E-book
  • Guide 
  • PDF Checklist 
  • Report 
  • Whitepaper 
  • Video tutorial
  • Free trials of product/service

Consider the obstacles and challenges that your audience faces. How can you help them overcome these? Could you package your insights into a free download? If so, then promote and offer them on your Instagram. 

We suggest using Linktr.ee to set up links from your Instagram Bio to allow users to download your lead magnet. 

Paid Instagram ads

Another way to ensure more people see your Instagram account is through paid Instagram ads! Before you set your Instagram ad campaign, make sure you understand your target market. It’s important that you have a great understanding of your target audience’s demographics so you can specifically target them. 

Instagram ads are a great way to effectively communicate your products and services to potential customers! Instagram is owned by Facebook, so when you set up your ads, you’ll have superior campaign customization options, diverse formatting and various targeting capabilities, via Facebook’s powerful advertising platform. 

Final thoughts

To increase your visibility and expand your audience on Instagram, focus on building a social community. Your social presence on Instagram has the potential to boost your brand awareness, build a reputation, strengthen your credibility and ultimately lead to sales. 

Leverage some or all of the tactics mentioned above to gain more followers. Once you start attracting new followers, it’s important to ensure you engage with them, so reply to your messages, comments and make use of all of Instagram’s tools (pinned comments, swipe ups and polls). 

Looking forward to having a successful holiday season? Check out our most recent blog! Now is the time to put your online marketing into overdrive to ensure your business has a profitable holiday season! 

Should you set up a Chatbot for your social media?

If you haven’t set up a chatbot for your business’ Facebook age yet, then it’s time to consider getting with the times! Messenger bots can be very valuable to any business as they can be programmed to automate customer support functions and answer basic questions, as well as capturing and converting new customers. 

What is a chatbot?

Chatbots are automated messaging software that uses AI to converse with people. You’ve probably noticed it on Facebook Messenger or certain apps and websites. 

Chatbots allow business pages to automate many low-level customer service functions or questions by using a series of menus or keywords to guide customers to the next steps. They’re favourable for many customers as they’re easy to use and a major time saver! Nobody wants to deal with calls to a customer service agent! 

They can be used to:

  • Answer basic customer questions
  • Deliver promo codes to potential customers
  • Automatically deliver important information or links

Example of our client The Facial Room’s chatbot at work:

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What benefits do they provide for both the brand and the customer?

Save time and money on customer care

Often, business owners don’t have time to answer customer questions promptly on Facebook Messenger. So by adding this step of automation into your workflow, you could satisfy customer questions, provide automated responses and even perform tasks without burdening a member of staff. 

Facebook now uses an NLP (Natural Language Processing) engine that understands and extracts meaningful information from messages you receive and send. This is how Facebook’s Messenger bots can identify intent and automate some of your replies and route the conversation to a human live chat. NPL also allows Chatbots to sound more human-like and gives the customer a better overall experience. 

Fun fact: Dates and times are automatically localized based on the locale sent from the user’s profile. 

Identify leads

As your Chatbot greets potential customers, it can filter through their needs and ask basic questions like “What is your budget?” or “How quickly are you looking to move house?” and re-direct high-quality leads to a person on your sales team or a product page on your website. 

24/7 availability

Facebook Messenger Chatbots are available 24/7/365 even when you and your staff aren’t! 

How to set up a Facebook Messenger Chatbot?

If you know how to code, then you can build your own Facebook Messenger Chatbot. Facebook offers up a lot of information and tutorials on how to set one up, so if you take this route, be sure to use these resources. 

If you don’t know how to code, don’t panic! There are several third-party tools available so you can create and customize your own Facebook Messenger Chatbot. Check out some of these third-party services available:

Tips for using a Facebook Messenger Chatbot

Chatbots have the ability to increase conversion rates, as long as the pre-designed messages are written and planned effectively. Make sure you’re doing the following to ensure top-notch customer service:

  1. Get to the point quickly! According to VentureBeat, the point of sale should be within five clicks of the designed user experience. Beyond five clicks, you risk losing the lead. 
  2. A Chatbot’s success depends on its ability to recognize when human interaction is needed. Make sure that the customer has the option, at any point to communicate with a person.
  3. Invite personalization! A Chatbot that has the ability to recognize a user’s preferences and needs quickly will result in higher click-through rates and engagement. 
  4. Integrate Chatbots into your social media marketing strategy. Measure its performance and update automated responses when necessary.    

Final thoughts

Chatbots are a welcome time-saver for customers and a cost-efficient way for businesses to limit their need for customer support staff. We definitely recommend expanding your Facebook marketing by implementing a Chatbot into your Messenger account in order to generate more leads/sales! 

If you need more information or help with setting up a social media or marketing strategy, get in touch!

5 pro tips to styling product photography

We recently shared our 5 essential tips for creating better photography for your Instagram feed. But what about styling better photos? We’re going to specifically focus on product photography here, but you could apply these 5 tips to photography in general! 

Understand the brand you’re working with

This might sound obvious, but it’s imperative that you understand the brand you’re working with and its target audience. So before you shoot, clearly communicate with your client and create a brief from this conversation. Words like ‘modern, clean and crisp’ or ‘fun, bold and playful’ are clear indicators of what they’re looking for and will influence the overall aesthetics of the images you create. 

Proportion and scale 

Be very mindful of proportion and scale in your product photography. Objects have the tendency to look larger to the camera eye. When styling, I always opt for smaller props and here’s why:

  • Smaller props don’t pull focus away from the actual product
  • You can potentially fit more product into your frame
  • Small, relatable props will give an indication of the product size IRL

For example, jade rollers generally only come in one size. So by featuring this alongside your skincare products, it gives the viewer an accurate perspective of how big the bottles/containers are in real life. 

Colour scheme

Choose your colours wisely! 

Colour is an integral element of photography as it evokes emotions and feelings within us and colour palettes can determine how we perceive a brand. For example, here at Legendary, we love using fun, bold colours because we want to represent ourselves as fun and energetic (WHICH WE ARE BTW).

By contrast, for our client Love & Natural, when shooting, we tend to stick to clean white, neutral colours and greens because they’re calming and natural. 

For our client, The Facial Room, we create an ombre colour feed. That essentially means that every month, we focus on one colour hue and then blend it into the next month. Here you can see we use pops of colour from flowers, props like books and then sometimes the colour of the actual product itself. 

Here we went from green to blue:

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Consistency 

Consistency is key to preserving the brand’s identity in photographs, all while achieving enough variety so that the social media feed doesn’t come out looking boring. A few key things to remember when styling your images: 

  • Context 
  • Cohesiveness
  • Repetition

What story are you trying to tell? Ensure that every element of the image makes sense to the context of this story and works together in a cohesive way. 

If you’re photographing a lotion and the main ingredient is almonds, then almonds would make a good prop and make sense to the image. It would also give the customer an instant visual of what to expect from product ingredients! 

If you’re creating a series of images, then try repeating one small element throughout the series to make the collection more cohesive. 

Rule of thirds

In photography, the ‘rule of thirds’ is a theory that dictates the image composition. The idea is that if an image is divided evenly into thirds, both horizontally and vertically, then the subject or items of interest are best placed on those intersectional points. 

The intention of this rule is to help you take a more well-proportioned and balanced image so when styling, keep this tool in mind!

Our eyes naturally move through an image from left to right, so perhaps try styling your product and props in a diagonal line that moves this way. 

I would consider this more of a guideline and not a hard rule. However, avoiding having your subject in the centre of the image will always make for a more interesting composition so keep that in mind when photographing and styling. 

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Final thoughts

Ultimately, our goal with our product photography is to tell a story and sell a lifestyle. Product photography should be aspirational and evoke an emotion that makes the customer want to own the product. This is something that Legendary Social Media can do – contact us! 

 

Client Feature: The Mamatrainer App

Back in January, we first introduced you to our amazing client, Claire Gray, creator of The Mamatrainer App. Since then, The Mamatrainer App worked tirelessly to launch the app to serve women who sought a better way to exercise from home during the global pandemic, and in April, officially became available from the App Store. 

Not only has the official launch of the app been met with awesome reviews from users, but it was also featured in the top 10 of Vogue’s ‘22 Mother’s Day Gifts for Expecting Mothers’.

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Check out some of the AWESOME reviews the app has been receiving since April: 

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What we create for The Mamatrainer App

ONE: WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT  

Our team created a beautifully styled website for The Mamatrainer App to feature the app’s incredible coverage in international media outlines, and provide a clear call to action to download the app.

The website includes a FAQ toggle element and several strategically placed newsletter subscribe forms to capture leads

TWO: SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGEMENT 

Our team writes informational and engagement-focused captions for The Mamatrainer’s social media posts. Women love talking about their kids and their pregnancy symptoms, so our core strategy has been to focus on letting people follow along with Claire’s pregnancy journey and share their own experiences. 

THREE: PHOTOGRAPHY 

Our social media photographer takes lifestyle and fitness type shots for The Mamatrainer App, for use on social media, the website, advertising and media coverage. 

FOUR: ONLINE ADVERTISING

We run a multi-phase advertising strategy for the Mamatrainer App. Among the campaigns we’ve created for our client is an intensive downloadable PDF which is released to new subscribers via a Leads campaign to collect email addresses. At under $1 per email, we’re stoked about the results!

We also run a series of App Download campaigns on a series of platforms, including social media, Google Play and the App Store. 

 

Q&A: What should you do with your social media marketing if your business is closed during the COVID pandemic?

When coronavirus called for businesses to close their doors mid-March, we heard from clients and non-clients alike asking question about their social media marketing:

  • What do I do now?
  • Should I post on social media if I’m still closed?
  • What do I talk about with my customers?

For clients of Legendary Social Media who were negatively affected by the pandemic, we provided free posts to help frustrated and confused business owners communicate effectively with their customers via social media.

Now that we’re deeper into the pandemic and businesses are starting to open again, these questions remain relevant. Businesses are pivoting toward online sales, curbside pickup, delivery options and private shopping.

So to answer the questions above, and help you develop a stronger social media presence than ever, here’s what you need to know, from our team of social media experts.

Q: “My business is closed due to COVID-19. Do I still need to post on social media?”

A: Yes. But why? During this time, more than ever, it’s important to connect with customers on an emotional level. This deeper sense of connection turns casual customers into a tribe who believe in what you do, and what you stand for. 

And here’s a fun fact: Time spent using apps (including Instagram and Facebook) has increased by 15%, according to research by App Annie Intelligence.

People are turning to social media to connect with others, since in-person interactions are at a low. In short, social media is more important than ever.

Q: “What should I post on social media during COVID-19?”

A: It’s time to make people smile, and dive deeper into the philosophies, values and ethos behind your brand. Make people think. Post something fun. Educate your fans. Give them a behind the scenes look into who you are as individuals behind a brand. This makes people feel more connected to who you are, in addition to what you sell.

Just as important is keeping customers in the loop about your business.

Trust us, your customers are wondering if you’re open, when, and how you’re providing your products/services.

You should post:

  • Whether you’re open
  • Days/times that you’re open
  • How people can contact you
  • How people can buy from you
  • Any changes coming soon, so people know what to expect
  • How you’re accommodating people’s needs during this time

Q: ”Where should I post my updates?”

A: In short, anywhere and everywhere. 

  • Put a popup and/or banner on your website. 
  • Update your Google Business Listing
  • Update your Instagram Bio
  • Update your Facebook Page
  • Update your Yelp and Tripadvisor listings

Q: “What messaging can I use to connect with customers better during COVID-19?”

A: Sincerity and authenticity should be behind everything you post on the best of days, and that’s even more true now.

Here’s how.

Post content that is sensitive to others

Express your understanding of how your customers are impacted by COVID-19

Share personal stories of how you/your team are impacted, if appropriate

Keep posts positive

Offer ways to help your customers

Post content that informs your customers

Frequently post information about your opening times/days, as well as delivery and pickup options

Share behind the scenes information

Take this time to let your customers see the processes and behind your brand

Post content that is sincere

Show your compassion for your customers

Humanize your business

Show how your business is connected to the greater community

Be thoughtful and kind in everything you post.

Final thought: Embrace the pivot 

In Vancouver, it’s been so inspiring to see how local businesses have pivoted to online and social platforms so that they can still serve their customers in some capacity. 

Adapting to the needs of a society dealing with COVID19 is essential to any business right now. You have to be innovative and ask yourself ‘how can I serve my community right now?’

We’ve witnessed clothing retailers pivot to create face masks, coffee shops and cafes selling grocery items, restaurants offering takeout services and fitness studios teaching their classes online.  

As a brand or business, you need to be intentional with your marketing

When all else fails, you can still have a business (in most cases, we appreciate there are exceptions with some services) if you have a website and social media channels. 

Coronavirus has taught us how essential social media is to your marketing. The importance of staying present and communicating with your followers is crucial to keeping your business relevant and running in the current climate. 

Some expert tips on generating revenue with social media

Instagram

If your business sells physical products, consider setting up your Shoppable Instagram account, by tagging your images to make them shoppable. 

You can do this by using the Facebook shop or catalog. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to set this feature up.

Facebook

Go live with Facebook and humanize your brand by taking the time to speak to your followers. Answer questions and give updates on your business. Keep your followers and customers in the loop! 

Facebook Live recently just announced they’ll soon be adding the option for people to charge users to gain access to their live Facebook streams. 

This update was created to support small businesses and artists alike who can no longer host live events, performances, classes and conferences etc. This update will give businesses the opportunity to sell tickets and create a revenue stream during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Large events and gatherings will likely be postponed until 2021, so this will be a game changer. 

Are you still working from home? Check out our blog on how to still be productive whilst WFH!

Client Feature: Refresh by Steamworks Brewing co

We recently began working with Steamworks Brewing Co. on their new low-calorie beer, Refresh. We’re super excited to be creating images for their Instagram Feed!

Refresh is a traditionally brewed beer using real fruit. It’s preservative-free, has zero sugar and boasts a mere 90 calories per 355mL can! That makes it a must-have summer beverage in our books! 

It comes in 3 unique flavours: Raspberry Citrus, Cranberry Tangerine and Guava Lime. And we may have sampled a few of them during our photoshoots recently!

What we created for Refresh:

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Our in-house photographer and content creator, Kat, has been shooting & styling from home during COVID-19 to create product photography for the Refresh Instagram account. 

Obviously during a pandemic, resources are limited so you have to get creative with what you can get your hands on. Kat used fresh fruits available from her local grocery store to highlight the 3 different flavours, as well as using props available in and around her own home. And then, of course, she used her neighbourhood as a backdrop, because who can get enough of the Mount Pleasant murals and the iconic Science World? 

We’ve had so much fun creating visual content for the Refresh brand and look forward to creating more imagery for them soon. 

Are you ready to up your social media game? Legendary Social Media is here to help! We can produce photo content for your social media channels too! Contact us!