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Food Photography

My most delicious photos yet...

 

So far I've been asked to photograph: schools, academies, luxury holiday cottages and do photos for an architectural portfolio, and I've loved every minute.

 

Whether it's being lucky enough to spend time: watching children engage in their learning, experimenting and discovering things for the the first time; having the chance to chat to young adults, about pursuing their chosen career and hearing the passion that they so obviously have for the area, it's been a pleasure; or having the chance to meet people who've clearly worked so very hard to achieve bespoke and individual results with their properties, from run-down cottages to barn conversions it been inspiring and I'd love the chance to do more of this kind of stuff!

If you'd like to find out more about my services please get in touch, I'd love to hear about your setting or project. It's hard to price for this sort of work but this is a rough idea for you, please contact me for a quote if your job for me is a little different.

 

It's true you can photograph your own products, it's easy enough, but could they be more attractive to the eye? Are your images boring and uniform? Would your products look more attractive to your potential customers if they were they bit more artistic or better lit? 

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then professional product photography is probably something you should consider, if you want to sell your products you need to convince them customers they need it. When things look pretty they'll come looking, I help you too, by considering: the background, the point of focus, dressing the image and lighting it correctly so you get crisp airy images that are as fit as your products.

 

Food Photography.

Yum, yum this is the most delicious of jobs and you can do your own shots it's true, but do you get the same effect? Are your images boring and uniform? Would your products look more attractive to your potential customers if they were they bit more artistic or better lit? 

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then professional product photography is probably something you should consider, if you want to sell your products you need to convince them customers they need it. When things look pretty they'll come looking, I help you too, by considering: the background, the point of focus, dressing the image and lighting it correctly so you get crisp airy images that are as fit as your products.