Lifestyle Product Photography
Lifestyle product photos mean content that tells a story. It’s intended to be more realistic and interactive than traditional advertising. Seeing the product in context creates more convincing imagery than seeing it against a white background. The aim is to demonstrate your product in its “natural habitat”. This may mean showing it in use in an appropriate location with props. Think about what influences your own buying. Humans rely heavily on emotions when making decisions. Lifestyle photography helps customers imagine your product in their daily life. These aspirations connect with their emotions and can influence their purchasing decisions.
The end result is imagery that shows your product looking great, in an environment your customers can easily relate to. The goal is for consumers to feel like they are living vicariously through your images, and make a purchase because they want what you have shown them! My job as a photographer is to make sure I convey that in my images.
With my passion for understanding your brand story, combined with my creativity, I have the ability to help you make the best first impression possible through offering you creative and considered ideas from a fresh, expert perspective. Whether you require styled imagery, super close-ups or lifestyle photos, I can tailor my services to meet your needs, and deliver you a suite of aspirational and engaging imagery for use across all of your key marketing platforms.
WHAT I OFFER
creative styling with props and details
Product-in-use with human element where possible
close-up shots of details if product allows
3 fine retouched pictures in high-resolution
7 working days delivery
If specific props / ingredients are required for the shoot additional charges will apply to cover the cost of these items.
Time will be charged for food preparation, cocktail making, recipe development and extensive set design.
In some cases, the product will be opened or used where required. Any requests for product to remain closed or unused needs to be submitted to me with the brief.