Product Photographer Pretoria East & Johannesburg Gauteng.
Product photographer in Pretoria East, Johannesburg and Gauteng. Professional product studio photography for eCommerce online stores, business profiles, food photography for restaurants, pack shots, jewellery photography and more. Studio situated in Pretoria East. On-location product photography options available.
Quality images sells more product and elevates your services from your competitors.
Unique visual solutions to adhere to our client’s advertising needs. Work contains catalogues images, eCommerce sites, SABS product testing samples, magazine ads, branding, signage, brochures, billboards, social media and menus.
If there is one thing that convinces people to click through to a blog, product website or business profile, it’s a great photo! It’s a simple formula: attractive images sells more products. The same product will barely get airtime if photographed badly. Creating a sleek, professional image is what prospective buyers buy into. Ever noticed how people are drawn to mouthwatering food photography, designer-looking products or crafts skillfully displayed – making us more likely to click through for more.
Food photography for menus, brochures, billboards, in-store signage, online banners, social media and more.
What makes a great product photo?
1. Light: selecting the best light options to suit the product type and application. Texture, item colour, background colour, size and solidity plays a vital role in choosing the suitable lighting type and set-up. 2. Background. Most online retailers require products to be showcased against a white background for consistency vs food on large billboards that are better suited against a wooden background to create a warm inviting environment. Brand corporate identity also plays a role in how products or food are presented to the public eye. It’s important that a background doesn’t distract from the product. 3. Staging and styling. A well-styled product with a few knick knacks or balanced placement makes a huge difference in how a product looks. 4. Angles. Taking different shots from various angles will not only allow the designer to later select the angle that will best fit with the design layout, but will also allow the buyer to see the product from various angles, giving it a 3D overview. 5. An eye for detail. Professional photographers understands how to highlight important aspects using blurring techniques to create depth in order to make the product look more interesting while producing crisp images.