Every element is essential in e-business. That’s why we believe that picture will add value to your website. This is a key-factor for success.
Picture is your first way to invite customers to visit your e-business website.
Introduce a new way of thinking your picture production for your e-shop or your social network.
Choose the degree of aestheticism you wish for your pictures and production costs depending on your aims.
A business picture
We wish to accompany every brand wishing to develop their digital sales channels while remaining faithful to their identity.
We propose an updated, customised and adapted answer to our clients, their environment, their needs, their means and resources.
"Thinking your web images production over has become absolutely necessary to improve the User Xperience"
"In many cities, Airbnb offers its clients a free professional photographic services, and the quality of visuals enhances the attraction and the bookings for your accomodation"
"According to Google, if retailers would improve load times by 1 second, their conversion rates would be increased by 27%."
"Visuals and images make for better content compared to lines and blocks of text (...) The brain processes visual information 60,000 times faster than the time it takes for the brain to decode text"
via E.N. Merieb and K. Hoehn dans Human Anatomy and Physiology,
"67% of consumers consider clear, detailed images to be very important and carry even more weight than the product information, full description, and customer ratings."
via MDG Advertising,
These different pixel pictures that are the central theme of this website, are extracts from the first photography ever taken in August 1826 by a French man, Nicephore Niepce, who is considered as the inventor of photography. For this picture, entitled Le Point de Vue du Gras, (or The First Photograph), Niépce coated a pewter plate with a solution of bitumen on zinc plates. Then, he placed the plate into a camera that was looking out from an upstairs window of his house at Le Gras. After an exposure of at least eight hours, the plate was washed with a mixture of oil of lavender and white petroleum, dissolving away the parts of the bitumen that had not been hardened by light.