In addition to my other photography ventures, I really do enjoy product photography. While I would rather have a product that does require advanced styling, I still find some fulfillment in basic shots isolated on black or white. It is minimalist but effective. Sometimes it is easy to forget that all those shots populating those online storefronts we frequent had to be skillfully photographed.
Good news, Everyone! Business has been gaining some more traction. I have been partnering with Browse Hardware photographing some of their point of sale hardware. The products were shot isolated on a white background. In addition to shooting them on white, I took to the streets to photograph the setup in a quaint cafe setting. It was a great project. And I’ve already started on a completely new project for Browse Hardware! Keep it coming! Repeat business rocks!
I am always seeking to add to my list of commercial contacts! I love working with people that truly understand the full impact that quality photography can have on a business; increased sales through inspired interest, professional and consistent branding, informed and empowered customers, etc. Commercial product photography is a whole different game than lifestyle portrait photography. While I do enjoy both, I feel that I have more freedom to obsess over those tiny details that can make or break a product photo. And yes, I do obsess. A lot. I am eternally grateful for each and every client that arrives with a prepared product however I always take preparation a step further. You would be surprised how many almost invisible tiny hairs that I will find on a “clean” product.I like this game of I-spy, though. haha
I always enjoy working with 3Form LightArt. The people are exceptionally friendly, helpful, funny, and nice. I also love getting the sneak peak of upcoming products. They truly have some great artists behind the scenes!