Whether you are an established restaurant chain or a independent pub landlord you will at some point have to invest in menus, building livery and signage and advertising point of sale. In today’s times, you will also have an established website and social media network. The one thing these advertising mediums and branding opportunities have in common is the photography you use to promote your products.
A perfect, mouth watering, well lit photograph of your specialist cocktail or legendary Sunday Carvery can entice the local foot traffic into your establishment whether you’re a restaurant, bistro or bar.
Food photography is a speciality of mine and drink photography comes to me as naturally as food photography. As a food photographer I work with you to find out what your aim and intended use of the photography is. We will work together to build a portfolio of food or drink photographs to choose your favourites from, with so much variety you might be spoilt for choice!
Using specialist macro lenses and full frame cameras I can take food and drink photography to the next level of detail where you can see the beads of water slowly dripping down the side of the drinks glass or bottle of beer.
I am flexible to shoot on location or in my photography studio or somewhere alternative. My North East photography studio is equipped with a working Smeg kitchen for food and drink preparation prior to a studio setting food and drink shoot. I can easily accommodate different backgrounds including white for graphic designers to easily digitally cut around to allow for the spirit or wine bottles, plates of delicious food or even a simple set of wine glasses to be placed easily in any promotional material. Location photography isn’t simply limited to photographs of a pub bar or a set of restaurant tables. I can shoot bustling night time bar environments to delicate birthday celebratory meals in a restaurant. I’ve also shot many food close ups on location as well as capturing drink photography from being made in a cocktail bar to eye watering still photographs on sumptuous large bar work tops.
No job is too small, too alternative or too unusual when food and drink photography is concerned!