Commercial product photography

Creating romantic wedding style product photographs – how to meet the brief

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Gifts at weddings

This was a second commercial product photography shoot for Kevin and Lisa at Springfield Kitchen. This time it is was for their lovely wedding favours. These are small gifts that are given to guests at weddings and incorporate the core products of the business – jams, chutneys etc.

Romantic luxury

The brief was to develop a range of lifestyle shots to show the products in the context of a wedding table layout. The key to this shoot was creativity. We wanted to create a romantic luxury setting in a high key mood for some of the shots. One had a more rustic feel so a different approach was required there.

We feel that this shoot not only illustrates the technical quality of the end product that we produce but also how we can add creativity to the whole process for our clients. The use of black and white in the final images added to the romantic feel of the products.

Video of photographs

Below is short video showing some of the images produced – it may take a little while to load but we ask you for your patience as we think it is worth it. By setting the images to music and creating movement in the video really showcases the clients products nicely.

Here is what Kevin and Lisa kindly posted as a review on our Facebook page. “Andrew and Unni took some amazing photos of our products, which will help to take our business up a level. Their attention to detail is fantastic. We can’t recommend them highly enough and will use them again in the future. Many thanks.”

Commercial product photography

Call us today to find out how we may be able to help your business with our commercial product photography. Check out more of product photography work here.

One thought on “Creating romantic wedding style product photographs – how to meet the brief”

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