Shooting Reflective products can cause problems for even the most seasoned photographers. So when using our studio it’s important to understand some of the best practices to make your shoot go smoothly and get the best results.
The ecommerce industry is changing all the time. However, whilst trends come and go with each season, there are a some things that always remain the same - especially in apparel photography.
In this post, we identify seven essential things to consider to get you perfectly consistent photography across all your photo-shoots and help you create stunning inventory images!
Our studio set up is unique in the UK.
What makes us so charmingly special isn’t our awesome team, our friendly faces, or our attention to detail. It’s not even our years of experience which enables us to understand our client’s needs even when they don’t fully understand them themselves.
No, what makes us special is our Styleshoot machines; and maybe that other stuff too.
We use the same technology as big brands like…
Getting great photography is important, but more often than not without a little post-production your photography won’t be great.
There are dangers though when it comes to post-producing your imagery. Do too much to it and it will look fake, too little and you won’t have the best image possible. Then you have to think about your branding, your look and make sure the production on each image is the same so that you get a consistent look across your collections.
For these reasons it is unlikely that any product photography will be left completely untouched, so we have put together a short list of 5 of the most common mistakes people make and how to avoid them.