Tag Archives: product photography
Posted on 26. Apr, 2012 by Brian.
As a Denver Business Photographer my job is to make people, places and products look the absolute best. From portrait photography to welcome customers on your website and profile business portraits to connect to businesses on LinkedIn. The same applies to any item you sell. From food to motor oil make the image bold, stylish [...]
Posted on 12. Dec, 2011 by Brian.
Product Photography | Denver Product Photographer To the average consumer, product photography often looks fairly straightforward and simple. As a Denver product photographer, those products that appear to be simple, can often be the most challenging to photograph. Take for example a recent product photography shoot I completed for a sport flooring company. Performance Surfaces [...]
Posted on 05. Dec, 2011 by Brian.
Are you selling a product online? Are you showcasing your product in newspapers and magazines? Are you designing a new sales brochure? Are you hoping to increase sales? Consumers today are more visual than ever. We see ads everywhere we look. From bus stops, to flyers in our mailbox, it isnt the copy that first [...]
Posted on 26. Apr, 2011 by Brian.
If you have an SLR camera, digital or film, you can explore a fascinating world of macro photography. Whether your a beginner or a professional photographer, all you need is a macro lens (They are fairly inexpensive as far as professional quality lenses go) and possibly a tripod. A SLR and a macro lens enable [...]
Posted on 14. Apr, 2011 by Brian.
Everything is available on the web. Every potential customer is shopping online and that includes for breakfast, lunch and especially dinner. Whether a prospective customer is looking for business lunch or romantic dinner, they want a restaurant to feel warm and inviting. They want the food and drinks to look and taste great. If [...]
Posted on 15. Dec, 2010 by Brian.
I ask business clients large and small to consider that whether your selling a product, service or idea a customers initial contact point with involve a picture. It could be a website, brochure that includes a product or portrait. It pays to put the best images of your business forward. I am passionate about all [...]
Posted on 11. Dec, 2010 by Brian.
For many professional photographers, wedding photography is not a full-time job. I fall into this category. In addition to filling downtime during the off-peak wedding season, my commercial photography work helps to improve my wedding photography skills. Its a similar experience for photographers switching from wedding photojournalist mode into pursuits covering other subjects. For [...]