Fast, affordable product photography
It is essential that your products look their best as you promote them. On your website, in webshops, printed in catalogues on the side of a bus. Whatever your use, the competition for attention is high. Talk to Tim at Tiki for fast, affordable product photography.
Check out the examples below showing both, large and small parts, and contact Tim to talk about your next shoot.
Ride On Cars
These large ride on toys were photographed on clean white backgrounds for ecommerce use and then taken for a lifestyle shoot to show them outdoors. This allows for clear detail to be seen in the ecommerce, white background, environment and then to give context with the lifestyle shots. These are sample shots from recent client work.
Photographing engineering parts for eCommerce requires a clean white background and crisp focus to pick out all of the key details and the quality of the part. These parts can vary from large to extremely small. This is a sample from on ongoing project for an international engineering brand.
A sample photograph from a shoot for a UK distributor of cast alloy wheels. These items are large, with many being 20″ diameter.
Food and Kitchen Photography
Lifestyle Hamper Photography
Lifestyle product photography to put the gift hamper in context of a summers evening for Facebook advertising campaign.
White Background Food Photography
This range of chocolate was photographed on a clean white background for eCommerce use. The white background also made it easy to place these products within a scene for email and social media adverts.
Lifestyle Kitchen Product Photography
This coffee machine was photographed in a home kitchen setting to be used for a social media campaign to promote a product video.
More White Background Food Photography
Coffee and a mug of coffee photographed on pure white for use in eCommerce.
360 (VR) Photography
Perfect to give a feel of a space through a web browser, 360 photography captures every angle from a single shot. Examples below show the entire panoramic capture. Follow the links to view the stitched 360 environment. These images really come in to their own when viewed with a mobile phone or a virtual reality headset.