bip mistry film and photo

updating – February 2017

Product Photography

Syringe

PRODUCT_PHOTOGRAPHY

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product photography for Made Up Media Ltd

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Bone grinder for First Hand Design

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Product photography article for What Digital Camera?

Amy Ceramics

Ceramics by Amy Smith www.amyfrankiesmith.co.uk


Images for West Control Solutions to browse re photographing your temperature and process control equipment.

I normally photograph single items or small quantities of products for clients. Either single shot r multiple shots per item.
A short brief is required, discussion, and reference images if possible.

Many clients request images on a white background unless it’s totally unsuitable for the product. Many e-commerce websites display images on a white background.

In some cases products need a digital retoucher for detailed corrections. For example, certain products attract a lot of static dust. This is virtually impossible to remove during photography, therefore a retoucher needs to remove the dust to provide a clean finish. Some products arrive looking a bit deshevelled, especially if they are prototypes, and they require additional post-production work.

All product shoots are priced individually or based on a day rate. My studio space is in Portslade, Brighton.

Product photography above photographed for:
Amy Smith, cermacist
First Hand Design, product designer
Made Up Media Ltd., online magazine
What Digital Camera?, magazine.

Other Brighton clients include:
Cardigan, clothing
Design LSM, architects and interior designers
iCrossingUK, seo and brand
Lighthouse, media and arts

Millimetre Ltd, fabricators and designers
Sphere Design, graphic design
The Vault, digital imaging

 

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