Aside from their obvious skills with the camera, experts in Corporate Photography in NYC become sought-after for several reasons. Mostly, it’s because we know and apply some basic rules that govern how we operate as the photographer at a corporate event. Firstly, we blend in – a corporate event photographer should never stand out because of the way he is dressed. So, once we know the tone of the event and/or the dress code, we ensure that we dress accordingly. Plus, when the photographer looks like he belongs at the event, then he is better able to put guests at ease as they pose for pictures. Another rule we abide by is to never interrupt guests who appear to be deep in conversation, simply for the sake of taking a photo. We instead discretely wait for an appropriate time then approach the guests. It goes without saying, too that the true professionals in Corporate Photography in NYC, never attempt to join in the conversations going on around them at the event. Guest at a corporate event should only really notice the photographer during the time it takes to have their picture taken. Outside of that, the ideal corporate event photographer is very much like the proverbial “fly on the wall”. The third rule applies to delivery of pictures after the event is over. A good corporate photographer always delivers in a timely manner – with pictures ready for clients online, on disc, or both (whichever the client prefers). The event in this photo was a very high-profile one, indeed and one in which the rules I outlined would certainly apply. It was the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding of Future Growth Engines. Among the attendees were South Korean President Lee Myung Bak and His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE and Ruler of Abu Dhabi. News outlets will often assign their most professional photojournalists to cover events such as this.