Over the past few years I have spruced up my booth to the point
where I think it looks pretty nice and I have many customers give me
positive feedback on it, but I never seem to get a great
professional shot of it.
Somehow the camera dramatizes things I don't see when I am looking
at it. When I do a major indoor show there is usually a
photographer staffed to shoot the booths and you are kind of at his
mercy - sometimes he does good and sometimes he misses. Any
suggestions or tips for a way to get the best shot out of your booth
and your photographer??
Second question, how much of your jury score do you think the booth
actually counts for in most cases - could it be the slide that puts
you over the edge?