The Importance of good photography with a vehicle wrap
There is a saying that a meal is only as good as the ingredients that you use. This is true in cooking and it is also true in when it comes to designing a Vehicle wrap. The reality is the best advertising tool no matter how good needs to start with the right concept and the right concept is always shown off best with the right image. If you are looking to create a vehicle wrap for your clients the key to doing the job right is proper preparation. When it comes to good photographs and proper preparation they take on two different forms.
First, there is the image itself. If your client is using the vehicle wrap to advertise their product or business you want the images the vehicle wrap is based on to be the highest quality and to show your client’s company in the best possible light. I’ll include a picture of a truck we photographed for Dallas Auto Hail Repair. This is only natural after all that is the point of advertising that doesn’t show their product in the best possible light?
The second reason you need a top quality photograph is the vehicle itself. If you are getting ready to bid a job you want to makes sure that you have highly accurate photographs of the car you are going to be wrapping. You don’t want to rely on digital templets. Because digital templets can’t account for unique induvial situations with each vehicle. You want to have your client bring the vehicle into the shop and photograph the vehicle from all sides. You especially want to pay attention to body breaks, extreme curbs rivets, door handles and other protruding parts. The key is to do the prep work in advance to make the vehicle wrap easier to apply in the shop and have a better final result. Make sure you never photographs at an angle you want direct
shots. This will give the clearest image for when you build the vehicle wrap.
The most important thing to remember when it comes to creating and applying a vehicle wrap there are many different factors you need to consider chief among them is the simple fact that the more prep work you do and the better prepared you are before the day you apply the client’ car wrap the more likely the project will go smoothly, the quicker the project will be finished and the better the final results will be. This, in turn, means the more likely your client will become a replete customer and the more likely they will recommend your business to others. So when you are getting ready to do a vehicle wrap project make sure you have detailed photos of not only the product that you will be creating advertising for your clients but also you need to have detailed photographs of your client’s vehicle. You want to pay particular attention to any and all imperfections that might affect the design and application of the vehicle wrap. This will prevent mistakes that can be costly for you to repair. So when you are getting ready to begin a vehicle wrap project make sure you have a high-quality camera ready.