FAQ

What is Product Photography?

Product photography, or e-commerce photography as it's sometimes known, is basically what it sounds like: photos taken and used on websites and social media platforms to help drive sales of your product or service.

What is Flat lay Photography?

A flat lay is simply an image shot directly from above – a bird's eye view of an array of carefully arranged objects – and it's never been more popular, particularly in food and fashion photography.

What is Brand Photography?

Brand photography is a suite of professional images that represent your business visually, and fit with your visual identity through their use of colours, tone, props, sets and more. These can include photos of you, your team, your products, your process, your space and other things that make your business unique.

Do you provide digital files and/or prints?

We primarily provide digital files. We can however offer various print options to clients who would like it.

Can I add more time on the day of our shoot?

As long as we don't have a booked shoot directly after you, we are happy to add more time to your shoot.

Why do you take a deposit?

A deposit helps to secure the date and time of your shoot. By providing a deposit, we can insure no other bookings get booked during your reserved time.

Why do you cost more or less than another photographer?

We can never speak on behalf of other photographers. No matter what industry someone is in, that company will likely price accordingly based on their experience, knowledge, education, expertise, and type of photography.

our pricing was derived to reflect the same criteria.

Do you travel for the photoshoot?

Absolutely! We primarily work in a 20KM radius and travel fees may apply travelling outside this radius.

Why are photographs so important?

Photography has the power to move us. Photographs can grab our attention and speak directly to our emotions. ... Photography, at its best, is a powerful language that speaks to our emotions. It allows us to tell our story and shows others our framing of the world around us.