We see some great products at the Redfrost Studio before they’re available and launched to the public. These scooters from Pure Electric are no exception. We worked on this project over a number of weeks to complete the product photography, creatives and 360 degree photography. Imagery that would be used throughout the marketing for Pure Electric.
Author: Redfrost Photography
A far from usual year, maybe this will make you smile!
Some commercial photographic jobs can cover a multitude of aspects within a single day. Location and PR photography at Purity Brewing alongside some simple product images. The bonus that any commercial photographer will tell you is the places they go and the people and in this case the animals they meet along the way.
On location in a bathroom showroom in Liverpool for Matki, a client based just north of Bristol making highly desirable bathroom shower enclosures and a range of taps, showers, etc.
The chance to use the showroom to get some lifestyle shots of Matki products in settings. Back at the studio in Bromsgrove we completed the project with the product photography.
The life of a commercial location photographer is never dull. From one day to the next never knowing what you’ll get to see and experience. Often challenging, can you get the images the client is looking for?
Well who would have thought it? The team of four at Redfrost have just completed 20 years together. October 1st marks the start of our 21st year! Thank you to all our customers throughout the years and although it’s often said, in this case it’s true – we couldn’t have done it without you.
With the availability to shoot in three separate photographic studios, the photographers at Redfrost will often be working on joint projects. With invisible mannequin clothing product photography on the go in one studio a model shoot can take place at the same time. The layout of the Redfrost studios close to Birmingham giving the flexibility for numerous clients on the same day. As photographers we often find we’ve lost our client to the kitchen area where they’ve made themselves at home.