When it comes to business photography, we’re confident you’ll be able to find everything you need in our service. We offer a number of different packages and can work with you to customize a package that works best for you and your business needs.


Food Photography

Hire a food photographer to shoot your company’s products.

Capturing food is not only an engaging art form but one that can feed the soul. As food photographers, we provide cookbooks, magazines, and blogs with delicious images to drool over.

Food photography is a fun and delicious way for people to express their creativity.

Photographing food is a way for the eye to indulge the palette, and through photography, it is possible to experience texturally and visually pleasurable things.

Indulge your eyes with our visual feast. We invite you to push the boundaries of food photography, an art we specialize in and constantly learn.

Portrait Photography

We have the perfect solution for you. Our portrait photography services are designed to help you get that perfect shot. Whether you’re looking for a self-portrait or group shot, our team of professional photographers will make sure that you get exactly what you need.

From location shots to studio portraits and everything in between, we can create the perfect photo shoot experience for any occasion. Our custom lighting and backgrounds will help set the mood for any type of photo shoot so you can feel comfortable and confident while getting your picture taken.


ECommerce Photography

Would you like to make more sales?
Do you want your customers to fall in love with your brand?

Then it’s time to get professional eCommerce photography from our team at the studio near you. We work with businesses like yours every day, helping them build their presence and inspiring trust with their target audience. Our expertise creates simply perfect imagery, supporting your brand and promoting your products online.

Fashion Photography

If you’ve ever wondered how the world’s most beautiful people get so, well, beautiful, we’re here to tell you: it’s all about the lighting!

Fashion photography is a type of photography that has existed since the mid-1800s. It involves capturing models in clothing and other accessories for editorial or advertising purposes. Fashion shots can be taken in a studio, on location in an exotic or complementary landscape to the clothing, or live on the catwalk at a fashion show.

Fashion photo shoots usually require good gear and lighting. Hair and makeup stylists are often involved as well, preparing the models in ways that highlight and showcase their clothing and/or accessories. Fashion photography can range from haute couture that focuses on the latest trends and styles thought up by renowned designers to capturing models for a department store catalogue.

Social Media Photography

Social media photography is all about telling stories.

It’s about capturing moments and sharing them with your friends, family, and followers. Social media photographers are artists who want to share their vision with the world by using images as their medium of choice.

Social media photographers have a variety of styles and techniques that they use to make their photos stand out from the crowd. These include still-life photography, editorial photography (including fashion, food, product), and documentary photography (including street photography).

Capturing moments can be challenging because the moment needs to be framed in such a way that it tells a story while also conveying emotion and feeling. Social media photographers are able to capture these moments through careful composition, lighting choice, and focus control.

Editorial Photography

Editorial photography is a type of photography that usually accompanies articles in newspapers, magazines, and other types of printed media. It’s used to illustrate a story that’s newsworthy, educational, and/or informative.

Since these images are meant to be shown in printed media, they tend to accompany the text giving additional visual context to a storyline or project. Different from commercial and advertising images, editorial shots are used to accompany articles and therefore fall under a particular licensing model.

Editorial shots usually can’t be used for commercial purposes to sell a product unless the photographer gets appropriate model or property releases. Buyers who purchase these types of photographs from stock agencies are responsible for following the licensing conditions.

Architectural Photography

Architecture is one of the most diverse, interesting, and historic genres of photography.

Perspective control is a key aspect of this niche due to the sheer size of most buildings. The large-format view cameras of the olden days, tilt/shift lenses, and post-processing can all contribute to getting a great shot of a big building.

The world’s oldest surviving photograph is an architectural photograph taken in 1826 or 1827, making the genre one of the first genres of established photography. As architectural trends have shifted and buildings of different styles have been erected around the world, photographers can delve deep into this niche, focusing their efforts on a specific architectural styles such as Contemporary, Tudor, Postmodern, Gothic, Victorian, Classical, and beyond.

Business Photography

Business photography is all about the working world, with imagery captured to support the growth and development of a business. It’s an important part of marketing and promotional efforts, and it helps tell the story of a company’s offerings through photos.

Businesses use portraits, product shots, lifestyle photos, candid photos (like workshops or meetings), and sometimes even architectural photography for this purpose.

Composite Photography

If you want to create a unique, artistic, and editorial image that is incredibly creative and often very striking, then composite photography is the way to go.

Composite photography requires post-processing and editing of two or more shots to produce a layered shot that still looks cohesive. Some types of photography are created by combining multiple images to create one composite image.

Creative photography

What’s that you say? You don’t know what creative photography is?

Well, it’s a little hard to define the genre, but we’ll try our best. Creative photography includes a vast variety of concepts and techniques. It encourages experimentation and creativity in composition, as well as in the equipment and techniques used to capture an image (composite photography can overlap with this genre). Other examples include fisheye lens photography or crystal ball photography which manipulates the perspective of the shot. High dynamic range (HDR) photography and forced perspective photography also fall under this photographic niche. Concepts like the recently popular “cake smash” photoshoots for babies and toddlers are another form of creative photography.

Experimenting with filters, textures, and opacity, as well as shutter speed, multiple exposures, and motion blur can help create a new perspective. Using other forms of media, such as painting on prints, coloring by hand, or cutting and pasting other printed images to create a collage, can also produce a creative final shot.

Documentary photography

It’s one of the oldest forms of photography, but it’s still one of the most vibrant and relevant: documentary photography.

Documentary photography is considered by some to be a part of professional photojournalism, but it has a distinctive difference from the latter: it tends to chronicle an event, subject, environment, or topic for an extended period of time, adding context to a particular storyline. Photojournalism usually deals with a shorter-term and more “breaking news” style of photography.

Sometimes shot in B&W for that timeless look, documentary photography can also be achieved by amateur or artistic photographers. Another popular subset of this type of photography can be found in the world of academics. Conservation photography and street photography may also be considered a part of this genre, but can also stand alone as separate categories.

Real Estate Photography

Real estate photography is often used to sell homes and businesses, but it can also be used in editorial contexts. Interior and exterior photography are sub-genres of this category.

As a real estate photographer, you’ll need to know how to work with lighting techniques, what camera settings will give you the best results, and what gear is best for your style of photography.

Since indoor lighting isn’t always sufficient for getting quality shots, these skills are crucial for real estate photographers. You’ll want to make sure that your space feels warm and welcoming when using images for commercial purposes—that means decluttering spaces and making sure rooms look clean and functional without being lived in (which would be considered staging).

For commercial spaces like offices or storefronts, the same principles apply—but they should be presented as functional spaces that are ideal for their purpose.

Lifestyle Photography

This genre of photography captures people in real-life situations, telling stories about their lives in a way that documents the scene, while still being artistic. Most often, scenes are posed or directed by the photographer, but the imagery is meant to appear as natural as possible. Sometimes lifestyle photography is shot candidly.

Lifestyle photography also overlaps with fashion photography, documentary photography, and family photography as it tries to capture snapshots of the subject’s lives. These shots can be used for personal use, framed in the family home, or for commercial or editorial use to inspire or promote a particular approach to everyday life.

Sometimes this style of photography can be a little bit challenging because you have to think about how to create an interesting composition out of something that’s already been arranged for you by your subject.

Product photography

Product photography is the art of capturing objects for use in advertising.

If you’re a fan of catalogs and brochures, or even websites that sell stuff, you’ve seen product photography in action. It’s used to show off everything from clothing to cars to food.

In recent years, e-commerce has exploded and the internet has become a faster way for people to bring their goods to market than ever before. This means that even the world of fashion photography is incorporating techniques that no longer require human models—clean product photography that features the product on a white background and techniques like knolling (where objects are arranged in an organized, eye-pleasing way) are just some of the recent trends in product photography.