The making of great product photography doesn’t begin and end on set. With creative photography,
it’s possible to create a new image by adding an element (or several elements) in post-production.
It gives you a wider range of possibilities for showcasing your products.
There are a few details that make cosmetic photography different from still life product photography.
Cosmetics are often smaller than other still-life products and most times there’s a metallic or reflective
(shiny) finish on them.
They are delicate and there’s an emphasis on colour accuracy.
Pack Shots photography showcase the packaging and labelling of a product.
It is a type of photography that aims to show the product realistically.
The photographer must be skilled to ensure the colours,
shapes and labels are true to the original product because good quality
packshots raise the brand value. It also contributes to good online
sales and reduces customer dissatisfaction.
Fashion e-commerce photography with models can make for a better campaign.
It gives the consumer more information about the product and increases the purchase rates.
Shooting with models also provides a different way a brand can showcase its uniqueness and creativity.
A good model photography project starts with a clear vision and it’s properly executed with the right
high-end photography equipment and industry know-how.
Invisible mannequin photography or ghost mannequin photography creates a hollow man effect,
giving the customer a blank canvas so they can easily imagine themselves in the apparel.
To create this look it is necessary to combine several images into one.
It is favoured by many brands to maintain both consistency and focus on the product itself.
Photographing furniture requires sufficient room to get the best results.
The products may be photographed at your location or in-studio.
I also offer a staging option, where I can create a whole room from scratch in the studio.
In still life photography a composition formed by a collection of items in
a ‘natural state’ meaning that the final product looks well-presented
rather than staged. There is usually a theme, by subject or colour,