- Category: GPS Tracking
New GPS Images Offer Clarity
When people think of GPS tracking devices the last word that comes to their mind is sexy. That is because for the most part there is really nothing that attractive about the hardware of a GPS data logger or real-time GPS tracker. Although compact and portable GPS devices may lack the product appeal of other technological gadgets such as iPhones or iPads, the marketing team at GPS Tracker Shop has launched a campaign to showcase the entire line of GPS vehicle tracker products in a new, cleaner format thanks to the help of a hired professional photographer.
GPS Tracker Shop has always believed that when a online customer visits a website they should have instant access to all of the information they need and more. That is why GPS Tracker Shop uses screen shots from web-based software, in-depth analysis on system function and now pristine product photos that allow the online shopper to get a perfect visual account of what the product can do. All of this information is presented to help give the customer as much knowledge about a product as possible so the customer can make an informed decision before making any type of purchase.
GPS Tracker Shop also provides free tech support for every product, and has trained fleet tracking specialists available seven days a week to provide assistance to anyone with questions related to personal or professional GPS monitoring.
"We are excited about the new product photos, and believe they will only help customers better understand our GPS tracking products", stated a representative for the global tracking systems distributor.
About The Product Photography Team
GPS Tracker Shop contacted a local Southern California photography company called Rock This Moment to photograph the exclusive line of vehicle surveillance devices. The team was a Murrieta wedding photography company that specializes in engagement and wedding ceremonies, but were willing to break from that traditional format to deliver product photography for the entire line of GPS Tracking Key products as well as Spot GPS and SilverCloud GPS systems. The photographers created a white product box to place the GPS devices in, and took photos using a Canon 5d Mark ii. A Canon 24mm-70mm lens as well as a prime 50mm lens were used for the photographs.