bip mistry film and photo

updating – February 2017

Product Photography





product photography for Made Up Media Ltd


Bone grinder for First Hand Design


Product photography article for What Digital Camera?

Amy Ceramics

Ceramics by Amy Smith

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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