Posts Tagged ‘product photography’

Sports clothing photography.

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This time of year we always get busy working on Sports Clothing Photography for British Gymnastics. With Christmas just around the corner, they like to get any new products photographed and displayed on their online shop. Last week, I photographed various designs of men and women’s leotards. These where photographed from the front, side and…

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Stationery Product Photography for NEMO Office Club.

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Stationery Product Photography These are just some of the 90 items of Stationery I photographed for NEMO Office Club last week. In total there where over 90 items. They including Paper, Storage Boxes, Ring Binders, Pens, Year Planners and Envelopes. Because most of the items looked a bit boring on their own, we decided to…

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Product Photography for Oak flooring samples.

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This week I have busy working on flooring product photography for a local Tamworth business who make Oak flooring. The client needed high resolution photographs of each flooring style. This would allow customers to see their entire range on-line. Because of the limited space and poor lighting in the showroom, the products where all photographed…

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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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Invisible mannequin Sports Clothing Photography

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Covid-19 as hit the photography business hard over the last 8 weeks with studios being forced to close their doors all over the UK. Luckily we have a home studio which allowed us to shoot product photography. Our largest job over lockdown was photographing 250 items of sportswear for a national sporting brand. The products…

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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 Viking e-cigs

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These are examples from a recent product photography job we have been working on for Staffordshire based Viking e-cigs. Our client needed photographs taken of each individual product in their range all shot against a white background. In total we photographed over a 100 items including some group shots. The images are going to be…

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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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British Gymnastics – Team GB kit product photography.

Over the last couple of months we have been working on a large product photography job for British Gymnastics. The photography is going to be used on their new online shop which will launch in the new year. In total we have photographed over 450 items, including team GB kit, footware, tracksuits, T-shirts, Leotards and…

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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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