Whether you’re selling to trade or retail – or both – 2020 can take care of all your DIY product photography. For trade, we can shoot a large quantity of items at a cost-effective price for all your catalogues, brochures and websites. From
small items such as hand tools to larger products such as ladders and building materials, many DIY products can be shot against our infinity curve.
Within our 6,000 sq ft drive-in warehouse, we have the facilities to build a room set for any room in the home, for example, to
showcase bathroom packages, and we can style the room to suit the product, from formal traditional homes to country cottages to contemporary loft-style apartments. We also have a fully working kitchen.
If you would like a lifestyle shot to show your DIY products in use, we have an excellent relationship with a local modelling agency and can source suitable models for you at a reasonable cost.
We can also work on location and shoot your products in use within a workplace such as a factory or building site as well as producing interior or exterior shots of a private home.
Products with metallic or other reflective surfaces will be carefully cleaned up to remove any marks or fingerprints and shot to avoid unwanted reflections. We can also clean up the image digitally on the computer screen after the shoot and set it against a different background or use digital manipulation to enhance the background or create special effects.
Close ups and cross sections can show the specific features of your DIY products and we can also produce clean, sharp images of the smallest items, such as nails and screws. And with our in-house design studio on hand, we can design packaging, instruction manuals and other printed material for you.
DESIGN & PRINT
We have a wide range of experience in product photography, recently we have been focusing on cosmetics. Simon, one of our inhouse photographers is quite an expert in this area having previously worked with clients such as Avon. He explains in detail the steps he has...
Home » Blog » What type of product photography is right for you? Posted on January 10th, 2014 by Tom Girling Good product photography shows your products to their best advantage. If you want to make your products more desirable to your customers and increase your...
84% of people have decided not to buy something online, because the product image was not good enough.
Last month we came across this fantastic article called “Photography affects online sales” by Tim Bilsborough. It was exciting for us because it put what we already believed into facts and figures. At 2020 we’ve always believed that good product shots really do work,...