Time Magazine recently published its special issue of Best Photos of 2013.
Photographs showing the effects at the Boston Marathon bomb attack, Southern Tasmania’s bush fire, and Kenya’s shopping mall gunfire topped the list.
Best photos also feature a shark attack and a building collapse in Bangladesh.
These pictures remind you of events that are easily forgotten as months pass unless you, your business, or family member share a direct connection.
Here’s what this photo gallery teaches you as a solo business owner:
You have the ability to create your own “best photos” gallery as part of your website, blog, or marketing materials. A traditional camera or smartphone can accompany you each time products or services are delivered, interns are trained, sponsorships are awarded, donations are fulfilled, and special moments occur.
It’s important to capture these memories as part of your marketing plan, showing prospects and clients how your business impacts others personally and professionally.
Time doesn’t have a lock on the “best photos” category. Bring your photographic equipment with you, and take your best shot. By year’s end you, too, can share your best photos with the world.