LillyK Photographer, Isa Battaglin, is adding professional Videography-Model Reels to her services this year.
Los Angeles, CA – February 12, 2019 —
Prestigious Los Angeles-based LillyK Photography, which specializes in fashion and advertising photography, is expanding its services by adding Videography Reels for models.
“I decided it was time to help models bring their portfolios into the 21st century,” explained Isa Battaglin, founder of LillyK Photography. “Rather than static photographs, a videography reel allows the model to show his or her personality through motion and action.”
A videography reel, also called a demo reel or a work reel, is a video consisting of a short montage of clips showcasing the model’s face and body in a plethora of poses.
“Fashion and advertising models face a lot of competition,” pointed out Battaglin. “A videography reel is the final tool in their portfolio that will help them stand out to agents in the fashion or advertising industry.”
Since founding LillyK Photography in 2013, Battaglin regularly travels throughout the United States and Canada for photo sessions.
Battaglin is currently accepting commissions for videography reels. For more information, visit her website at http://www.lillykphotography.com.
About: LillyK Photography is headed by a creative photographic genius, Isa Battaglin, who creates headshots that are enigmatically alive. Isa puts her passion into her work both behind the lens as well as behind the computer screen while editing the headshots. She has mastered a technique that places a mystical touch on the eyes, turning each headshot into a lifelike portrait of her clients.
Isa has taken headshots for several actors, including Justin Prentice, Lola Flanery, and Cameron Boyce. Her work transcends into fashion on the international stage as she utilizes natural light in a way that is all her own. She was also a key photographer in the Atlas of Humanity campaign, where her goal was to capture the unique beauty of faces around the world.
This content is not produced by Reuters Editorial News. It is produced by VC NewsNetwork. For content enquiry, please reach us at
The vegan product review platform will use the capital funding to grow its community.
The startup was started as a school project and officially launched in early 2018.
The capital will be used to gear up the startup in preparation to take on Indian rival Oyo, which is fast expanding in the region.
The store management software firm has received backing from Jungle Ventures and Traveloka.
The Business Times first reported on the startup’s successful seed round funding on Tuesday.