Living life 3 months ahead of everyone else would appear to be the norm when involved with marketing and we understand why. As photographers we are used to being involved in Christmas shoots in September, Halloween editorials in July and Easter productions in February and know how much work must go into these campaigns to make them a success.
For restaurants and hotels food photography is a key element to any successful Valentine’s Day campaign. Your customers want to see what they can expect when they walk through your doors on that special occasion and know that they won’t be disappointed.
So what’s the best way to go about shooting your Valentine’s Day campaign? Hire an experienced photographer!
When it comes to setting the mood we know what we’re doing. Our head photographer Tony Harris has over 30 years of experience as a commercial photographer in London and knows exactly how to light a scene to give it the ambience you’re looking for.
There can be a lot to organise when it comes to food photography. Organising a time that suits your marketing team, the food photographer and the kitchen staff, as well as not getting in the way of customers, can be a tricky task. Having a food photographer that knows the ins and outs of a successful shoot, is a team player and understands the importance of causing as little disruption as possible is VITAL.
We put time and effort into organising shoots and whether it’s capturing 1 dish or 20 cocktails we will make sure we and you know exactly what’s going to happen on the day so things run as smoothly as possible.
Below are a few images we captured for Flora Indica in Kensington.