Our Google tagline is “Commercial Photographer – packshot & product photography in Oxford, Oxfordshire and everywhere”.
It is just worth explaining that although we are based in Oxfordshire and indeed many of our clients are Oxford or Oxfordshire based – a whole lot of our other clients are elsewhere in the country.. neighbouring Gloucestershire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and a lot further away too.
Some of our clients in fact, we have never even met face to face! Couriering items to us for product photography is a very straight forward process and proofing of product shots can very easily be done online. So, if you are not geographically nearby, we are still very happy to provide our services!
Every so often, we like to offer our services free of charge to organisations whose ethos is aligned with ours. This time we would like to offer product photography free to the first business that contacts us with a NEW to market and genuinely Eco Friendly product.
Normally as product photographers we work with purely commercial enterprises, so it is always good to do some work with those whose direction is not purely commercial and in this case environmental.
We’ll provide up to 10 studio shots, post processed and ready to use – Gratis. You send us the product and we’ll get shooting.
What’s the catch? There is no catch, we’d simply like to work with a business that is truly concerned with protecting the environment, we’ve only got one planet & it could use all the help it can get…
Some time ago, we blogged about the pitfalls of businesses trying to do DIY product images and packshots – together with the benefits of getting it right first time by using a professional. That blog post prompted contact from Walcot House Ltd, who were in just that situation. With a rapidly expanding range of high quality products and moving towards retailing these products online, we were asked to fulfill their product imaging needs.
Walcot House’s products come in a vast array of surface finishes, some of which were very challenging to capture and would certainly have been beyond the reach of the DIY photographer. The resulting work, now in use on Walcot House’s excellent website is very pleasing and hopefully working well in driving sales.