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Tag: product photography

Product photography for the new normal

I’ve always shot product photography for people, when I sit down and think about it.  I guess people think of me principally as a people photographer, but in truth I’ve shot  product in all kinds of different ways over the years; from ‘ebay’ style white background stuff to styled sets.  The bottom line is exactly…
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Brand identity through photography

Your brand identity is one of the most valuable things your business has.  How people view you, what they think of your products, or whether they rate your services, are vital if you want to succeed.  I want to spend a few minutes exploring how this can be influenced through the photos that you use…
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Lifestyle product photography

Does lifestyle product photography need an explanation?  Yes, I think it does.  Product photography usually means ‘shooting clean shots of a product against a white background’, most often seen on eBay and other auction sites, or on the store part of a company’s website.  But ‘lifestyle product photography’ is different. Quite simply, it’s photos of…
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Creative product photography | a case study

Creative product photography?  Isn’t all photography creative? The phrase ‘product photography’ usually suggests photos of a product shot in a studio against a plain white background – “think eBay” is what I say to people when they want to understand the concept.  In fact, ‘ecommerce photography’ has become another accepted phrase to describe the style. …
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Professional product photography

Why professional product photography?  Why not do it yourself?  Here are a few thoughts. Let’s start with a question: what is the big advantage of going to a shop to look at a product?  You can see it, pick it up, get a sense of what it’s made of.  The tactile experience of holding something…
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