Product Photography and Brand Design in One Place

As a graphic designer I understand the importance of good product photography. That is why I have decided to start offering this to give clients a more cohesive brand look. 

Consumers seek time-saving shortcuts all the time, and their attention naturally gravitates to the quickest way to gather information: images. Images shape their first impression, creating a tipping point as to whether they will continue browsing and eventually make a purchase.

That's why (whenever possible) I like to photograph your products in real world setting being used by the same types people that would buy that product. Todays consumer wants to see real people using the product they are interested in, and that is exactly what I can do for you.

If your business needs new or updated photos of the products it sells, now is the time to do it. Hit that contact button and let's keep your ideas moving.

When was the last time you updated your marketing material?

It has only been a year since Sara K Blanco Photography had me design her a "Welcome & Price Guide" to send to potential clients. I think waiting a year is about the right amount of time; for a photographer anyway. Photographers want to always make sure they are showing the best most current images they have and as a designer I want to make sure those images will correspond to what we are trying to show the client.

This new guide is not only using some of Sara's best images, it is also easy to navigate and understand for new clients and it puts all the important information in an easy to see and read position.  This guide is only sent electronically with a link, no hard copies. This keeps cost and waste to a minimum. If you or your business marketing need some updating, let me know and we can keep your ideas moving. 

Rediscovering my love of photography

Not too long ago my wife and I went hiking to scout some new potential locations that she might be able to use to photograph her clients. While she didn't find any new locations I rediscovered my love for photographing nature.

I always try to find the amazing details that some people might overlook.The texture of a fallen tree, the way roots will spider over rocks or the how moss will make its home in such unusual locations. It felt gratifying and exciting to exercise my photography muscle again and I can't wait to get back out there and share more images.