How to create marketing images for a restaurant

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Cowshed eatery and tearooms

Big breakfast being served by Rod

We recently had the pleasure of working on a restaurant photography photoshoot for the Cowshed at Wootton Wawen, Warwickshire. Our brief for this assignment was to capture the atmosphere of the warm, relaxing environment of the “eaterie”. To show customers enjoying themselves and eating the wonderful food.

Images with energy

The owners, Rod and Julia asked us to show energy in the images through movement blur and contemporary angles. The challenge on this shoot, apartment from getting hungry, was not to interfere with the normal running of the establishment. It was important to be very aware of not disrupting the customers or making them feel uncomfortable in anyway with all the lighting equipment that was necessary. We were careful to engage with the customers before taking their photographs and they were all so friendly and happy for us to photograph them.

Restaurant photography images

The final images of the restaurant were very well received by Julia. The plan is for them to use them on social media and various other printed marketing materials. We may even see them on the wall of the restaurant as decorative artwork.

We will be back again after Christmas to complete a shoot of the kitchen and plated foods. Julia also asked us to return in the Spring to photograph their customers enjoying breakfasts in the garden. That will be something to really look forward to – photographing more of the delicious food that they serve.

Having a laugh and joke are all part of the atmosphere here.
Meeting up for a chat and catching up on the latest news

Contact us now to discuss how we might be able to help promote your business – click the button below for our contact details.

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