Are you a product photographer needing branding photos? I know, it may sound silly to ask if another photographer needs photos, but trust me…as a photographer, I know we’re always the last person on the list to get our photos done! I think we assume that we’ll have a photographer friend capture them, but it gets pushed down the list.
Shoutout to my client Laci of Laci Villarreal Photography for being my first official branding client! Laci is an amazing product photographer. Seriously, you should go and run and check out her work. She can do wonders with products. If you contact me for product photos, I’ll be referring you directly to Laci, so save yourself the step!
Why does a Product Photographer Need Branding Photos?
As a product photographer, people will obviously want to see your product photos. But wouldn’t it be awesome if they could see the photographer and their process of creating these amazing images.
Because let’s be honest, good product photos separate businesses who make consistent sales over those who make mediocre sales. The photos sell the product, first and foremost.
Product Photographer Branding Photos
There is just something very captivating about seeing the behind the scenes of how something is made. Have you ever been scrolling on social media and you see how a recipe is made or some kind of product is put together? It’s the transformation that is remarkable and interesting.
As a product photographer, you have a unique opportunity to showcase what you do and how you do it. And before you get worried that by showing your process, don’t worry. Just because you saw a behind the scenes of how to do something, how often have you run out and done it too? Same thing applies. People pay money for services in order to save time, avoid frustration, and get the result they desire faster.
HELPFUL RESOURCES TO PREPARE FOR YOUR BRAND PHOTOSHOOT
READY TO BOOK YOUR OWN BRANDING SHOOT?
Step 1. Get in Touch – click and contact today
Step 2. Discovery Call – we’ll chat about your business and your vision for brand photos
Step 3. Book your Shoot – if we’re a “match” let’s get you on the schedule and start planning