When's the Last Time...
When was the last time that you bought something online without checking out the picture first. Would you think twice before purchasing something with a poorly lit image, or a picture that didn’t show the product in high resolution? Or can you think of a photo so eye catching that you just had to click on it to find out more about that product? Either way, product photography has the power to make or break any online store.
Where do I Get Started?
If you already know exactly what you need, just scroll on down and get in touch! But if you’re not sure where to start with production photography, here are a few common phrases and some of our specialties!
360 Product Photography
uses spinning tables or rotating camera mounts to capture a 360 degree view of a product. This is especially popular for shoe photography. On a website, this type of photography allows the user to see a product from any angle.
is product photography specifically for an ecommerce website or Amazon. Consistency is key in this type of work – angles, lighting, and styling all convey some message about the product and brand.
is a method of photography used to capture close up images of small subjects by using a dedicated macro lens. This approach is perfect for jewellery photography, electronics, and other subjects where showing the details is crucial.
is an image of a product, usually including its packaging and labeling. Great packshot photography can stimulate sales by triggering product recognition. Packshot videography is also used (think about the final shot of any fast-food TV commercial!)
is any type of photography where the subject is a product. It can be stylisted (like you might see in a magazine ad). On the other end of the spectrum, background product photography is very common for e-commerce applications.
Outdoor / Location Photography
involves using the location to tell the story of a product. A picture is worth a thousand words, and helping shoppers picture your product in use can have great results.