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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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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The Only Way is Blackmore! Invisible Mannequins British Cycling Apparel

Blackmore Cycling Apparel’s official stance on design is simple and delightfully refreshing: less talk, more quality. Born and bred in Essex, they’ve built their entire coming-of-age story around cycling legends of past and present. And, what legends they are! Every Eastie has at least one to tell, and they are all imbued with rolling fields […]

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An Extremely Important Blog about Pointless Blog

We reckon we’re pretty cool at Photography Firm (do cool people still use the term “cool”?….). We’ve shot for some pretty on-point clients like Virgin, Microsoft and Interrail. We’ve blagged ourselves and our cameras backstage at sold out gigs and hung out in green rooms with the likes of Russell Howard and The Prodigy. We’ve […]

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Shooting Corbeau’s Colourful Racing Seats on a White Background

We’ve got a decent amount of space at the Photography Firm studios but one of our more recent shoots truly tested our capacity for organisational storage. High-end racing seat manufacturer Corbeau commissioned us to shoot a large number of their eye-catching and innovative products, so we put pedal to the metal (well, lens to camera) and […]

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Shooting 360 Degree Spins at a Macro Level for Timestrip

We were recently tasked with shooting some 360 degree spin product photography. It takes time and care, but the results speak for themselves if you get the science right. On this occasion there would be a little more science than usual. These weren’t our typical 360 spins of shoes, handbags or plastic models, but tiny, […]

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Why it Pays to Pay a Pro When Selling Online

As we plough forwards in an increasingly virtual and ever more saturated visual world, we’ve seen a real progression in the quality of online images in a few short years. Technological leaps in not just professional equipment, but consumer products such as camera-phones have forced members of the photographic industry to raise their game to stay competitive. […]

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How To Get Your Whites ” Amazon ” White

This is an area we’ve touched on before, but it’s continuously relevant since the conventions of the ever-more-popular e-commerce realm practically demand that if you can sell it, first you have to pose it, shoot it and cut it out. Whilst social media platforms such as Instagram are awash with flat lay and styled product photography […]

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