Working in conjunction with Harlequin Plastics, farmer and electrician Mark Kelly brought his Dipfast sheep showering solution to market seven years after creating a prototype on his farm that offered a safe and efficient sheep showering solution. The photos were shot outdoors at the Harlequin manufacturing facility and supplied to the designers with full clipping paths for flexibility.
These big shiny things need careful lighting and good exposures to showcase the quality of build and pop of colour. Finished with full clipping out and supplied as png files, the designers can drop the images over a background or colour block as layouts require.
Leather goods shot high key and clipped out for brochure and online sales. Because the images were completely cut out the designers were able to drop the images over half backgrounds to give the e-commerce product pages more substance.
Clipped out sample products and label rolls for label printing company Ker Graphics. Lot's of glass and semi-transparent plastic meant the light had to be carefully controlled in the studio before finishing in photoshop.
High key product photography for catering supply start up. Brochure design and layout. The challenge was to show white glossy products clipped out on white background. Once clipped out an artificial shadow could be controlled and for the brochure a half background was added to give the brochure pages some structure. Ambient black and white shots and three-dimensionality to the A4 fold.