Product Photography Services
Our relationship starts with you at the beginning where we discuss your brief and the costs involved, because each shoot is individual. We will not charge you outrageous prices on your photography and aim to keep our costs as competitive as possible. Establishing cost is about planning, communication and control. We need a clear brief that tells us about your product(s), the quantity of shots, how the images will be used and where, the time frame for your project, and your contact details. Our aim is to deliver affordable cost-effective imagery without ever compromising on quality. We’ll be honest and make suggestions, discuss your options and prepare a detailed quote for you. After all we want you to become a regular customer.
- Image File Preparation
All images include standard clean-up (removal of simple blemishes, dust and colour correction).
E- Commerce images are supplied with pure white backgrounds.
- Image File Sizes
All images are supplied in 3 formats:
- High Resolution Tiffs
Image files are 300 dpi and suitable for print – brochures, flyers and catalogues.
- Hi Res Jpgs
Image files are 300 dpi and saved as jpgs. Suitable for print and take up less space when archiving.
- Lo Res Jpgs
Image files are 72 dpi and optimized for the web. E-commerce and email friendly
- High Resolution Tiffs
- Turnaround Times
3 to 5 business days, dependent on the scope of the project and post production requirements.
- Rush service is negotiable.
- File Naming
Product names or Sku’s to be supplied by the client at time of production. Renaming may be chargable.
- Free Unlimited Usage Agreement
World-wide unlimited usage rights granted to the originating client.
Retouching Services Available
Retouching is one of the coolest aspects of digital photography. It comes into play for various reasons: Colour Management, should you require specific profiling for the final reproduction of the file, which ensures that the colours will reproduce accurately and Image Manipulation, which is about achieving the best results for the image. This can be perspective control, repairing damage or removal of the photographer and camera from reflective surfaces. Sometimes we need to combine several images, as one style of lighting may enhance one area but conflict with another. It is all about what is best for the image and ultimately decided by you, the client.