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Give me a call: +48 600 446 042 (also WhatsApp)
You can expect from me that I will be attentive to detail, think all shoots through, and arrange lighting and background in such a way that your product will be showcased at its best.
Product photography may appear to be a simple and trivial task. However, if you take it seriously, you realise that you can carry this task in an array of creative ways. Think of an exclusive product. If you want to photograph it well, you have to go beyond mechanical solutions. Good technique and precise object rendering are simply not enough to meet your expectations. That is why photographs which I will take for you will captivate the atmosphere and impression that your product creates. For sure, you do not want to sell just an object. You want to offer your customers a lifestyle, sound, smell, colour, impression…
You want to sell emotions. That is why it is crucial for your product to give its photographs a unique character. Thus, I will uncover your product’s essence, and will make it shine as a photograph. Again, it will not be just a mechanical rendering of how your product looks. I may leave a spot or line blurred. I may cast a shade here and there. In this way the photograph will engage your customer’s imagination. The depth of field is not our goal – it is our means. Thus, my photographs of your product will have either a narrow or large depth of field – whatever you wish.
What really matters in a camera is 12 inches behind it.
When I take photographs, I save them in the RAW format. Thus, I can work freely when I process images. This stage takes place in a digital darkroom. It is at this stage that we decide how your product’s photograph will look like. I used to spend long nights in a traditional darkroom. I remember the red light, the smell of chemicals, and those magic moments when an image was emerging from under the glass of an enlarger. Technology has progressed well, but principles of image processing are very much the same
I take photographs with a DSLR camera as well as a mirrorless camera. I use presets that I make on my own in Adobe Lightroom. I always work on the most recent versions of Adobe software.