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Just wrapped up another shoot for Jakii, photographing their stunning range of wedding and evening shoes.
Our goal was to create crisp, high quality product images that capture the quality and detail of the Jakii range.
Special attention needs to be placed on the colours and details so customers can have confidence in what they are buying online.
Here are some of the images taken:
We always look forward to getting a call from Meg and Jen, the lovely ladies who operate Sip Imports.
They have the coolest range of cups which are a lot of fun to photograph.
On top of capturing individual images of the range, each session we also create some banner images to showcase the colours and styles add life to their website.
Utilising Perth Product Photography was really one of the best decisions we made in terms of introducing our new product to the market. Matt is super cool. Not only did he do a stellar job on the photos, but he was accommodating and willing to work within, and around, the challenges presented. He is professional, creative, and the turnaround time for editing was much shorter than expected. We have since began to show our images to potential clients, and some of them have commented on the quality of the pictures before they’ve noticed the quality of the product! Matt has made our selling process faster and easier than I could have imagined. We couldn’t be happier with him and the final images – we will definitely use Perth Product Photography again in the future.
Meg Williams, Sip Imports
Here are some of the banner images:
We just wrapped up a shoot for a new clothing brand LMB Clothing Co.
The photography style chosen, was to shoot the clothing laying flat on a surface.
There are a number of benefits to photographing clothing this way…
These are some of the most beautiful wine bottle labels we have seen for some time. We were super excited when they were delivered to the studio and really enjoyed photographing them.
There were some technical considerations with the label… the shiny silver detailing in the design was important to capture correctly. Not that anyone will ever know, but there was quite the intricate lighting setup to make these bottles look their best.
Both us and the client loved the wine bottle photos and we look forward to photographing more new releases.
There is quite a knack to photographing bottles well. They are round, generally highly reflective and often see-through. This provides a technical challenge that must be worked out in order to get good looking bottle & beverage photographs.
Here are a sample of images from a recent photoshoot for the wonderful team at MBC Metro Beverage Co showing a range of single and group bottle shots.
It’s important to achieve a high quality, sharp and glossy look for cosmetic photography. Another equally important factor is consistency. Consistent angles amongst similar products is super important to maintain a strong and professional look.
These images illustrate the important photographic ingredients…
Just completed photographing the new packaging for Simmo’s Icecream. It’s always a pleasure to photograph fun and vibrant looking products… especially when they taste soooo good!
Pulling in for a Simmo’s is a bit of a ritual when heading south, so it was nice to have some of their good spirit in our studio.
If you would like professional product photography of your products, we would love to hear from you.
Well I’m fortunately back in Dubai for another week of intensive photography training by some incredible photographers from around the world.
I get to spend 3 days with Gregory Heisler who has photographed over 70 Time magazine covers and has an amazing ability to create the most striking portraits. Pretty excited about this opportunity!
The rest of the week involves workshops on corporate photography, interiors and lifestyle photography, which will be fantastic in learning new skills and techniques. Both corporate and interiors photography make up quite a component of the projects we work on so I’m always searching out how to grow in these specialties.
As well as being able to spend so much time with such experienced photographers, tapping into their knowledge, opinions and ways of working… you get to hang out with the most coolest and diverse bunch of photographers from around the world. It’s so good to catch up with friends from last year and make more this year.
Will be posting more stories from the shoots this week soon
Nothing like having the rich smell of roasted coffee beans woft through the studio….. mmmmmmm!
Photographing the creative labels of Rubra’s tea and coffee products is as enjoyable as the aroma.
Rubra were needing high quality and consistent product photography of their tea and coffee range to use for a range of marketing applications…
Not all products fit nice and neatly into the boot of the car where they can be brought to our studio to be photographed.
Fortunately our studio equipment is fully mobile so we can come to your location, setup and capture high quality professional photographs of your industrial products.
Quality product photos are perfect for catalogues, company brochures, websites, product packaging and operating manuals.
Here are some examples of products taken on a recent shoot. As you can see by the above behind-the-scenes shot, it’s far from a fancy studio, yet the photos are still top class.