Jan 09, 2023 Editorial food photography in our Milton Keynes Studio
Creating advertisement for global household food brand with editorial photography and food styling, in under the roof of out Milton Keynes Studio
What is the process?
We had a pre production meeting with our marketing agency client Weird Lime, outlining the target audience, the purpose of the advert, where it will be going (in this case the London Underground and billboards/posters), and the artistic direction.
We will then come up with a creative brief with different options to choose from for creative direction for the editorial style food photography.
We are happy in these scenarios to work to a specific brief and direction that you come up with, or if that is something you need taking care of, our experienced team can work through ideas with you and present creative ideas back to you.
What further prep do you do?
Our food stylist will come up with recipes, and once our client has approved them, they will source them for the day.
Props and backgrounds that are required for the editorial photography brief are booked and sourced before the day too.
What happens on the day?
Our food photographer and food stylist work together to create beautiful editorial food photography, with our client overseeing the process.
Our clients are always welcome to come along to shoots, or if you’re not able to make it on the day, we set up a Google Meet stream where you can watch the photoshoot and review the shots live as they’re being captured.
How does post-production work?
We have a full suite of editors and graphics designers, all ready and waiting to make your editorial photography dream a reality. There is editing time included in the price, and anything further depending on the complexity of the editing required, is charged per hour- simple!
How much would we charge?
We make it really easy by just charging by half day and full day, and as we mentioned, for photos editing is included- just contact us to get a quote and get the creative ball rolling!
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