Case Study: Generation Distillers

Generation Distillers are drinks producers from Sussex. They are a husband and wife team and launched their Sussex gin in May 2018. They now have a range of gins on the market and are passionate about quality ingredients, great flavour and local sourcing. Their aim is to bring to people a gin that is enjoyable […]

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Case Study: Watches

Here at Photography Firm we’re often contacted to shoot watches. A nicely photographed watch is truly an object of beauty, so we often look forward to such commissions with considerable excitement: shooting everything from just the watch itself in isolation, through to the packaging and shots of the watch worn by a model. As with […]

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Using Props to Convey Seasonality in Your Product Photos

For many products, interest and demand will fluctuate from season to season – with some times of the year being particularly good for the sale of one product, but less so for another. Coinciding a marketing push with annual events such as holidays and celebrations, or even just the changing seasons themselves, can be a […]

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The Ultimate Flat Lay Photography Guide for Instagram and Beyond

Want to elevate your product shots beyond the merely pedestrian? Our in-depth flat lay photography guide will soon have you shooting flay lays like the pros. What is a Flat Lay? Clean, neutral, and informative product photography will likely be a core element of any successful marketing drive. However, professional Amazon-style product shots focus entirely […]

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Case Study: Harvey’s

For anyone in East Sussex partial to the occasional quality tipple – and even for many of those who are not – Harvey’s Brewery will require little introduction. However, those readers located a little further afield can perhaps be forgiven if this esteemed producer of fine traditional beers and spirits is an unfamiliar name: while […]

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Product Photography Guidelines and Best Practices for Amazon Sellers

With business increasingly shifting online, product photography has become more important than ever before. Where once a customer could browse several items in store before deciding on which one to purchase, now they expect to be able to browse them virtually by means of a selection of professional and informative photos. if your product photos […]

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Case Study: Mum & You

We recently produced a series of pack shots for UK baby-care products and accessories company Mum & You. Fully aware of the daily challenges parents face when raising small children, and keen to help make this process as stress-free and enjoyable as possible, Mum & You is a fun brand that looks at the lighter […]

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How to Write a Winning Brief for Your Photographer (Amazon)

PART 2 In Part 2 in our series about writing a winning photography brief, we focus in on how to write a brief for an Amazon photography shoot. Why Hire a Professional Photographer to Shoot Your Amazon Photography? As Amazon customers often decide which item to buy largely on the basis of product photos, it’s […]

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Why You Should Incorporate Instagram Shots into Your Next Photoshoot

If you run a business of any kind, you’re probably already fully aware of the importance of Instagram for marketing your products or services. You are also likely understand the value of good photography, and perhaps even regularly commission a professional photographer to produce your marketing images for you. For some reason though, even businesses […]

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Case Study: Glyndebourne

Glyndebourne is synonymous with opera and is home to one of the most important opera houses in the world. Housed at this prestigious venue, the Glyndebourne Festival offers a programme of six operas from May to August every year, attracting opera-lovers from far and wide to enjoy music and drama in Glyndebourne’s 1,200-seat indoor auditorium. […]

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