Are you looking for a creative design photographer?
Why hire a creative design photographer?
Are you a designer or involved in creating or selling designs? The best way to showcase them online or in print form is with fantastic design photography images. Working as a design photographer in London I have great experience of all the elements & nuances involved.
I know the subtle lighting and composition techniques required to produce design photography of the highest quality. Whatever the size of the product I have the expertise to show it off to your clients. I take into account the style and nature of the design and the target audience. Working as closely as possible with my clients ensures the best possible results.
It’s about your your designs not me.
FROZENmusic Photography believes a design photographer‘s job is all about serving the client’s needs. You have put your heart and soul into creating your crafts and designs.
It’s not just the cost it’s the time you have spent on your designs too. What is the point of going to all that effort and then taking a lousy snap of it?
I relish the artistic part of being a creative design photograher here in London. It’s about serving your needs and helping you to generate the right exposure. I want to add value to your to your business.
Design photography doesn’t stop after the shoot.
I take as much care editing as creative design photographer as I do shooting. Part of the work involves editing with the latest software to make sure the final images have the desired visual impact.
One of my recent projects was getting hired as a creative design photographer for a textiles client in London. The images I shot got discovered on Instagram and they went on to win a coveted award in a national magazine.
Whether you are designing objects, furniture or any other textiles or craft hiring a professiional creative design photographer in London will give you a edge over your rivals. The question is not whether you can afford to pay for design photography. The question is whether you can afford not to
HOW I WORK WITH CLIENTS
1. Receive brief
2. liase with client
3. Plan & prepare for shoot
4. Shoot images for client
5. Send client first edit for review & selection
6. Edit images
7. Send final images to client
What My Clients say
If you haven’t found what you are looking for here then you can always check out my Architecture Photography, Interior Photography, Food Photography, Black and White Architecture Photography. You can also read my blog posts on Photographing Construction Sites , How to shoot Property Photography or Urban Architecture Photography. Find out more about me, contact me see a list of my clients or return to Home page.
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