YOUR PRODUCT AND FOOD PHOTOGRAPHER
Whether you need commercial photographs to promote your latest merchandise or want a uniform image library for use within an online catalogue, professional product photography can be of interest to both enterprise and private clients. I demonstrate objects and items of all sizes through sharp image capture from perspectives which favourably demonstrate the form and intended use, and of course, technically sound retouching.
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR PRODUCT SHOOT
Studio Product Photography
Whilst I’m happy to travel to a preferred Paris location, for those with smaller items and who lack the appropriate space, clients are welcome to bring their merchandise to my studio.
Product Demonstration and Commercial Photography
A product being used or demonstrated in its context can be key to giving a practical indication of it’s features and relative size.
FAQs ABOUT PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY IN PARIS
Q) We’re unsure what we want in terms of photography for a specific product.
I’m happy to make suggestions both prior to and during the shooting of an item or set of items. We can also discuss shooting objects in a variety of styles, so that you’ll have more choice of how to display the image at a later date.
PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY (part 1/3)
FOOD & CATERING PHOTOGRAPHY
The examples below are photos of catering preparations, layouts and samplings taken as part of commissions for corporate events, and are therefore, very much spontaneous. However, always wishing to expand my range of photography expertise to offer as many professional marketing services as possible, I can openly accept assignments concentrating exclusively on the still life photography and commercial imagery of food for advertising purposes.
PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY (part 2/3)
PRODUCT & OBJECT PHOTOGRAPHY
Predominantly photographing events, detail and branding photography forms an essential part of the vast majority of my assignments. My commissions exclusively for product photography have largely seen me shoot custom designed stands and ambiences at trade shows for manufacturers in partnership with medical or technology companies. With the best part of my employment taking place on location, such a way of working is very much second nature to me.
PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY (part 3/3)
Trade shows, conventions and sponsors for high-level events will more often than not require at least one product demonstration to be documented. These can vary from several minutes to ongoing; in any case, they count on my experience of knowing what to photograph and when. Really focusing on the “selling” aspect of the activity, it’s all about recording the best possible moments of intrigue.