Posts Tagged ‘Birmingham product photographers’

Product Photography for branded Glassware.

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CategoryProduct Photography Apiary. ClientOur Little Apiary. BriefTo photograph items in our clients Apiary gift range.  Product Photography for gin glass gift set. Branded soaps. Branded scented candles. Wax food raps. BackgroundOur Little Apiary are a small local business based in a beautiful little village near Lichfield in Staffordshire. They have around Ten Bee Hives that all…

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New Product Photography for a Range of Tennis Rackets

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I’m not a big fan of Tennis but I don’t mind photographing Rackets, it all helps to pay the bills. This week I photographed a range of Tennis Rackets for a national sports stores online shop. The product photographs all needed to be shot on a white background, this made it quite difficult to photograph…

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We’ve been busy little bees this week!

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We received quite an unusual request for our product photography services this week, photographing a new range of Beehives. This was certainly a first for us. At first I was a little nervous that the hives would need photographing with the Bees inside. Luckily the hives are brand new and completely free of the little…

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Product Photography for a range of Speciality Teas

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Luckily we’ve been able to photograph product photography in our home studio during the Covid lockdown. Our clients have been able to send us across their products using a courier. This saved having any social contact. This project was for Dawsons Tearooms who sell Speciality Teas. The images are going to be used to promote…

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Product Photography keeping us busy during Coronavirus outbreak.

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Luckily at the moment we are working in the studio on two large product photography jobs. These should keep us going until the end of next week – after that who knows! Most of our location photography is on hold due to the Coronavirus outbreak. We have six industrial sites to photograph but can’t get…

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Lots of product photography this week for PVC decking and balustrade.

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It’s been another busy week in the studio again working on product photography. This time it’s Deck Boards, Hand Rails and various other components for a Doncaster based Dekboard. Our client manufacture PVC decking systems that can be fitted to large static caravans, usually located on holiday sites. The Decks and Rails come in a…

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Product Photography for over 200 Roofing Parts.

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We recently photographed over 200 products for a Tamworth based Building Product Manufacturer. The photographs were supplied to our client, retouched and in both high resolution and web ready sizes. The images will be used in a product catalogue as well as the companies website.

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More Product Photography for the British Gymnastics online store.

Over the last few weeks we have been busy in the studio photographing more products for the new British Gymnastics online store. Items included Hoodies, Jackets and T-shirts together with various pieces of Gymnastic equipment. Over the last 6 months we have photographed well over 400 items of clothing for the online store. You can…

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Product Photography for a range of Thermal Control Units.

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We recently spent the morning photographing at ATC in Coalville, Leicestershire. The company manufacture a range of Thermal Control Units which are used in the food production industry. ATC who are in the process of having a new product catalogue designed asked us to photograph high resolution images of their complete range. Because of the…

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Product Photography for British Gymnastics

Over the last three months we have photographed over 500 products for the new British Gymnastics website. Items included leotards, shorts, jogging bottoms, tracksuits, jackets, vests and many other items too numerous to list. All of the clothing was photographed on invisible mannequins from the front, back and side. The photographs were then cut out…

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