Photography

Professional photography brings professional results to your website
The real photographer sees another world through the shutter of his camera

Photoshooting

A photographer thinks about the photo he plans to capture, to have a perspective, to highlight his subject appropriately, be insightful, and generaly tries to see another world through the shutter of his camera. We take photos of your store's products for your website, or any other use of the photo you would like to make.

Product Photography

Product photography is a particularly difficult and demanding type of photography. In addition to the specifics of each product object and its different lighting behavior (matt, glossy, fabric, metal, wood, glass, mirroring surfaces etc.), appropriate equipment (like software) is required, knowledge of artificial lighting and product experience with the "set-up" product, but also the ultimate aesthetic result.

Professional product photography is a must, especially when it aims to build an attractive and competitive website, which involves a high quality photo of your products.

Photographing Business Spaces - Stores - Events

Photographs, specifically professional space photography, combine professional photography with the rendering of an area's character.

Business areas, apart from their external facilities and their location, also need detailed photographs of their interior space. A professional photoshoot can highlight the interior, its benefits and the service it offers.

It can also best present the interior, public spaces or some amenities offered inside and outdoors with the best possible quality! And because one image equals a thousand words, professional photography is an integral part of advertising your business.

Portrait Photography

Portrait Photography is one of the most common types of photography which aims to capture the personality of a subject, usually a person, by using the right light, pose and backdrop. The conversation with the person being photographed is important because we enter the psychology and style of the photoshooting we will be doing.

In the photo, the face does not have to be the only identifiable feature but if it is possible we try to portray features relating to the expertise of our subject. For example, a fashion designer may appear in her portrait shot with relevant tools of her business like a measuring tape or near a sewing machine, while a builder may be wearing his uniform and a helmet.

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