Exceptional Photography at Cutting Edge Prices
What You Get
All of our images are delivered as high resolution 300 PPI jpeg files, perfect for use in print or on the web. Our image server also resizes images on-demand so you don’t have to.
All photos are captured at a minimum of 12 megapixels (2832px x 4256px). Optionally, we are also able to deliver a maximum resolution of over 36 megapixels (7360px x 4912px) for demanding resolution needs such as large prints and product packaging.
Products are gently cleaned to remove dust and lint prior to photography. We use compressed air, microfiber cloths, and special brushes designed to lift micro-dust to help ensure your products look their best for photography.
Garments and fabrics are steamed to remove wrinkles and white cotton gloves are worn to prevent smudges and fingerprints on shiny surfaces.
Choose from a plain white background with a shadow or a white background with a reflection.
Each photograph goes through careful retouching prior to final delivery. We examine and adjust color and brightness levels to ensure the proper tone and vibrant exposure. Noticeable dust, lint, or scratches that may remain are expertly removed.
Upon completion of your project, your photos will be accessible through our secure, private image server. Our image server features an easy-to-use image gallery that enables you to quickly browse and download your photos in high resolution. You can even choose to download smaller sizes for web and email use.
Upon final delivery, the product photographs become licensed to your company for use on a royalty-free basis. This means you are free to use the photographs in any of your publications as many times as you like, with as wide a distribution as you like, without ever having to pay us royalties for their use. We allow the use of these photos in all forms of media including print advertising, packaging, web, television, etc. We do retain the copyrights for delivered photos and the photographs may not be re-sold to any third party without prior written permission.
(This of course is subject to change depending on the assignment)