We were so happy when we were invited to visit Tannlege Bjelland & Co in Bergen! The whole camera crew haven’t been to Bergen before and we where excited to be able to show how good we can be at taking photos.

Here are some of the outcome that they already are using on their homepage.

Tannlege Bjelland in bergen


If you want to visit their website to see all the pictures you can find them on this link. Tannlege Bergen

Where marketing of your business is concerned, you would need to make sure that you do a really good job. This is because with the degree of competition increasing with every passing day, the last thing that you would want is a small window of opportunity slipping through your fingers. It would be worse if that opportunity would be grabbed by your rivals. With the entire situation being so unpredictable and intense, you would always need to be careful and alert.

This would particularly be the case with social media. Since majority of the world’s population seems to be hooked on to it, your business would also have to jump on the bandwagon. Simply put, you would have to tell meaningful and heartfelt stories to your customers in the form of pictures. In that case, you would have to learn how to take good pictures.

Even though you would be quite comfortable with using your phone’s camera, you would need to understand that it just would not cut it in the context of your business. For this, you would need to invest in a good-quality DSLR camera. Before you clutch your heart in surprise and fear, you would be able to find a lot of affordable options out there. The best part is that you would only need to purchase a camera rather than buying all the additional accessories that come along with it.

In terms of some of the other helpful tips that you would need to keep in mind, continue reading below.

Take pictures

Once you have your DSLR camera by your side, you would be able to take digital photos of high quality. Hence, you should make sure to take great pictures of your services, products, and events. This would mean having your camera with you wherever you go. After all, you never know when representatives of the media would request pictures of your company. So, rather than panicking and blowing over the whole thing, make sure that you would be well-prepared at all times.

Here is a gallery of some of the business photos we where out taking last week for different clients taking photographs:

(Fysioterapi Kristiansand for Helsehuset Salis Fysioklinikk)

(Trafikkskole Tønsberg for Speed Trafikkskole)


(Teoriprøve bil for Bestått.no)

(Tannlege Trondheim for Tannklinikken Dent)

(Tannlege Ålesund for Tannlegene På Torget)

Try to tell stories

The thing about taking pictures of your business is that it needs to have a story or underlying message behind it. This could be both direct or indirect. The main purpose is that it should capture the interest and attention of both your current and potential customers. As such, you should have plenty of pictures of people using your services and products. Other than that, you should also show your customers engaging with employees. These would be particularly beneficial for social media platforms such as Facebook where you would have tons of followers. To make it slightly easier, you should think about the core mission of your business. Based on that, you would be able to decide on the kinds of pictures that you would like to take and publish.

Avoid shots that would be staged

While some staged picture   s would definitely be good, you should also include some candid and natural shots. This would help to portray your company as a genuine and caring one. This is because people should not think that your company and its main mission would not correlate with their beliefs. So, while formal and corporate pictures would definitely be necessary, make sure that your social media profiles would not be filled with them.…

Tromsø is considered the capital of the Arctic and is located on an island, Tromsøya, almost two hours by plane from Oslo. It was the starting point of the great explorations to the North Pole since the mid-nineteenth century and the polar adventures of Robert Peary, Frederick Cook and Ronald Amundsen. The jagged shores of the fjords and the impressive steep snow-capped peaks that surround it give the impression that beyond them, nothingness begins.

This small city becomes the gateway from Norway to the Arctic, as it is about 350 kilometers north past the Arctic Circle. Its location is what allows phenomena to be as special and unique as the midnight sun – from May to July – and the polar night – between September and March. At any time of the year, it is a most exciting destination.

When landing in the small airport of Tromsø-Langnes, the best thing is to rent a car. The public transport is excellent and useful but with a car at your disposal you can freely explore the surroundings of the city, discover such incredible places as the Ersfjorden fjord – a small village, about 30 minutes east of the center of Tromsø – or go along the coast of Kvaløya -one of the many surrounding islands- , surprise yourself with the beach of Brensholmen and reach Senja by ferry to go in search of whales and killer whales.…

There are several accommodation options, but almost always everything is complete. If you plan on this trip as the trip of the year, it is worth looking at one of the best hotels in the city, the Clarion Hotel The Edge. It is located near the jetty, very close to the center, Kongeparke and the “authentic” cathedral of the city. It also has an impressive breakfast buffet, and if you ask for a room with a view, you’ll wake up looking at the Scandinavian peninsula, where the Fjellheisen cable car and the Arctic Cathedral are located after crossing the Sandnessund Bridge. And it is precisely by observing this great church of strangely futuristic cut when one begins to realize that here, the relationship between heaven and earth is not so much celestial as extraterrestrial.

It is a small metropolis, in which the historic center occupies just a few streets full of typical Norwegian colored wooden houses. Everything is concentrated on its primary and pedestrian street, Storgata. But at the same time, it is a modern, cosmopolitan city that goes far beyond its immense nature. It is the capital of art and culture of the Arctic, thanks to museums such as the Northern Norway Art Museum, where you will find an exciting collection of paintings from the 18th century to the present day and the Perspektivet Museum, dedicated to photography.