At 2020 we have the experience and the facilities for undertaking a full range of sports equipment photography.
Our 6,000 sq ft drive-in studio has ample space to accommodate larger items and within it we have a 16ft wide x 10ft high infinity curve, which allows us to shoot sports equipment of any size on a plain background.
Images can then be digitally cut out for use in a catalogue, on promotional material or online, or placed against a digitally manipulated or enhanced background.
We can also shoot your sports equipment on location, from a football field or tennis court to a swimming pool or fishing lake.
Sports equipment photography can benefit from a model to demonstrate the product, give it scale or simply add a lifestyle element to the picture. At 2020, we have an excellent relationship with a local modelling company, which allows us to source and book models at cost-effective rates.
Our professional photographers will liaise with you to establish your requirements, advise on costs and devise the best way to photograph your sports equipment. We communicate closely with all of our clients and are known for building good customer relationships.
Our medium format studio digital cameras allow all shots to be tethered straight to the computer, which means the photographer – and the customer – can view the images of your products on screen as the pictures are taken in real time.
With all sports equipment photography, we will spend time preparing the item, cleaning it up and setting up the shoot and lighting. After the shoot we can digitally remove any marks, enhance the colours and undertake any further digital manipulation, such as changing the background.
The large amount of repeat business we get from our clients is testament to our success at sports photography – and with an in-house design team and print management services all under one roof, we can offer an all-inclusive, bespoke package that will save you time and keep your costs down.
From ropes and rucksacks to clothes and carabiners, we can take your rock climbing product photography to new heights. Rock climbing product photography can cover a wide range of items and our expert photographers will light and shoot…
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