A promotional video is a worthy marketing tool.  A short film running in your company reception area can feature the highlights of your business or illustrate a new product or system.  Often seen at trade exhibitions, a loop film can attract visitors and promote a range of skillful operations. For international trade, these can be translated and used for overseas viewers.
Photography for Industry now demonstrates what can be achieved by mixing a set of still camera photographs with graphics and sound to create a short introduction to any company.  In our case, its a selection of shots combined with a fast paced tune designed to portray rapid movement and the clatter of machinery.  With engines running and the scenes and sounds of workshops and processing halls each buzzing and whirring with activity.
So, if you’re contemplating some photography, here’s another way of using the stills and promoting yourself to a wider audience.
A great way of putting your shots to work even harder.

Nynas blend bitumen for roads. They are the named sponsor for The Grosvenor House lunch meeting hosted by The Chartered Institute of Highways & Transportation ( CIHT). Here’s their own video using site stills from Photography for Industry. The film continuously repeated during the event with a colossal number of spectators.