Manufactured product photography is a service required by all engineering, industrial and technology companies for sales and marketing brochures, product manuals and websites.
Our photographers will be able to shoot your manufactured products in situ, on location, or in our large warehouse studio. With a 16ft wide x 10ft high infinity curve, we can shoot most items against a white background for digital cutting out, taking care over preparation and lighting for the best possible effect.
In many cases you may require a range of shots from different angles, a choice of close-up shots and cross-section work, all of
which we’ll be happy to provide for you.
With objects made of metal or with a metallic surface, we will ensure that the item is cleaned and polished before starting the shoot. We can also remove marks and unwanted reflections afterwards through digital cleaning up and manipulation.
Using medium format studio digital cameras, all shots are tethered straight to the computer, which means you can view images on screen as pictures are taken in real time. Alternatively we can email a selection of images for you to choose from.
With talented in-house designers on hand, we can produce clear and informative charts, illustrations and labelling to accompany any photographic images we take of your manufactured product photography.
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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,...