Lots of different ways you can shoot a perfect serve. Lifestyle or in-situ is the obvious choice, however, when a client asks for a packshot to bring out the colour of the drink, you can see it’s an obvious choce.
I’ve been working with Kilgraston for a couple of years now, working with their great marketing team. One from the archive.
Parsley Box co-founder Adrienne MacAulay and CEO Kevin Dorren at their new HQ in Edinburgh’s Quatermile. Adrienne wanted to have a very relaxed, natural light shot of herself & Kevin to keep things simple.
Along with location portraits, members of the board were also photographed using a portable pro studio set up in an office. Extreme care was taken with a one-in, one-out system in place.
I’ve worked with Old Curiosity Gin for a number of years now, so we have to constantly create new ideas for obvious reasons. The main one is so we don’t go mad simpy shooting the same products in a studio. The Secret Herb Gard, part of the distillery is the perfect backdrop for all things gin, as this is where all the botanicals are grown and harvested for the gins.
Here’s the new Alcohol-Free gin, which you can buy here
A Hairy Coo. One of the many products we’ve shot for the National Trust for Scotland. I number of clients have managed to speak with distribuiters and posted products directly to me, so no contact is nescercery. A brief can then be done via zoom or over a call. Get in touch should you be needing photos for Amazon your Website or print media.
I’ve been in Edinburgh’s Summerhall since 2012. Can’t quite believe it actually. Anyway, I realise there isn’t a single photo of the place, so here’s one for you all to see.
Leo’s up-to-date shots were taken pre lockdown but this is a prime example of how we can create outdoor, socially distanced shots. Today, the English Government announce a 1-meter+ social distance guideline, but we’re much happier staying beyond the 2-meter rule in order to prevent close contact. Call for more info.