Womenswear

Get More Product Shots to Sell More Product

Get More Product Shots to Sell More Product

It’s well known that showing images of your products online will help them sell. The better the quality of the image the better. And the more images you show, the more details of your image you show, the more sales you are going to make.

Shooting Accessories with UShoot Studios

Shooting Accessories with UShoot Studios

Shooting any form of accessory can be fiddly and time consuming.

In the studio we style and shoot everything from bags to belt buckles, pins and scarves. Each item holds its own set of challenges.

Using Different Mannequins When Shooting your Product Photography

Using Different Mannequins When Shooting your Product Photography

Different Products require different shooting techniques. When it comes to shooting on Mannequin though there is a whole array of mannequin choices. Picking the right mannequin will cut down time and make the shoot cheaper and easier.

Plus Sized Product Photography with Sixteen47

Plus Sized Product Photography with Sixteen47

Plus Size Product Photography in the Studio

The plus-sized market place is still a rather under represented channel in women’s fashion. However, over the last few years it has developed into a thriving market place fulfilling a demand. What was before a rather lacklustre selection is now a demanding fashion channel.

Active and Swimwear in UShoot Studios

Shooting 3D

Over the last couple of months we've had a wide variety of gorgeous active and swimwear.

These clothes provide a unique challenge when shot on mannequin. Creating the 3D effect with the mannequin cut out requires multiple angles to be shot and the images to be stitched together in post production.

This is especially difficult with thin complicated straps.

For this reason people often opt for shooting (especially swimwear) on flat lay, which can be a quicker option. However, the 3D effect is great for showing how the product fits when worn.

Inava Pavani

Inava Pavani began by identifying a new type of savvy stylish consumer who respects the value of a technical fit. Established in early July of 2017, the versatile luxury activewear transcends seasons with their timeless designs. 

For Luna

Founded in 2009, For Luna Swimwear is the world’s leading retro beachwear boutique, with a strong reputation for fantastic quality beachwear and excellent customer service.

Designed to be practical as well as glamorous, all their swimsuits, bikinis and accessories are comfortable as well as stylish and eye-catching.

Vaara

Activewear that aims to bridge the gap between the gym and the bank. Set up by Katiana Korsakova this gorgeous line of atheleisure clothes stands out from the crowd with its paired down simplicity, bold colours. It is about quality, these are clothes that should make you feel as beautiful as you look in them, whether you’re out and about or sweating in the gym.


Lowie: Womenswear and Accessories in UShoot Studios

Lowie: Womenswear and Accessories in UShoot Studios

Founded by designer Bronwyn Lowenthal in 2002, Lowie’s philosophy has always been to create beautifully designed clothes with minimal environmental impact.

A wide array of gorgeous colours and materials.

How to get Product Photography to Beat your Competitors

How to get Product Photography to Beat your Competitors

Product photography has changed because how it is used has changed. Back in the day, almost all purchases were made in store, with a few from catalogue, mail-order or over the phone. However, with the advancement of technology online shopping has exploded and consumers are now buying more things online than all the previously mentioned methods combined. 

Sixteen47 shoot amazing plus-size mannequin photography at UShoot

Sixteen47 shoot amazing plus-size mannequin photography at UShoot

Consumers want honesty. And traditionally the fashion market place has not been a particularly honest place. Plus-sized clothing is often shot on models who fall on the rather slim side. What this means when shopping online for plus-sized clothing is that you can’t get a real sense of what the clothes would look like.