Both online and in print, commercial photography that is clear and representative of your product is essential in giving buyers
An ambitious product photography concept but I was determined to bring this idea to life! A fortnight of cutting, sticking, hanging, swearing and shooting later, I was able to complete these fun and colourful sets for Sussex-based toy retailer Kinderbarn.
It was a great opportunity to get my crafty side out (and my old tools!), and I’m delighted that the vision in my head worked perfectly. I love working with paper, and it was the perfect complement to these colourful kids toys and art supplies, made by brands including Tender Leaf Toys, Maileg, Moulin Roty, ökoNORM and Kitpas.
The heavenly smells continue in the Brand Buddle home studio with some amazing wax melts from Berkshire-based Native Fragrance.
I was lucky enough to work with owner Tia to photograph her upcoming Spring fragrances with gorgeous new scents. I had great fun styling the shoots and Tia was buzzing at the result!
I’ve been in absolutely heaven this week, shooting candles, diffusers, soaps and lotions for Worcestershire-based biz Charlie Jack’s. My home studio smells absolutely gorgeous, and I’m struggling to decide on my favourite scent! (Although if I had to choose, Paradise Beach, Creamy Musk and Sandalwood, and Birthday Cake would be my top picks.)
It was great fun to photograph this lovely organiser / storage bag from Handmade by Nabara, a vegan and eco-conscious accessories brand created by Andrea Gotz. My aim was to showcase the product in “real life” use around the home, which was easy to do for such a stylish and versatile product!
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