Vogue product photography from our humble Exeter studio
As you might imagine, we were pleasantly surprised when some of the product photography we had taken in our humble studio was published in Vogue News online.
Strike a pose…
When one of our long-standing clients, twool® created a wooly product for Waitrose we were commissioned to take some product photography for the launch. We happily obliged, to a very tight timescale (asking a client when they need something completed by invariably is met with “asap”). The product – a beautiful shopping bag woven from the fleece of Dartmoor rare breed sheep and manufactured in the UK using traditional methods – was launched in Waitrose’s three flagship stores in London and has since attracted international interest. The bags are somewhat an eco first for the supermarket chain, as to-date similar products have been produced using imported jute. A big congratulations to twool® who are going from strength to strength.
If you require clean and professional product photography for use on websites and press releases, or photo retouching or manipulation, just get in touch.
You can read the Vogue article here:
You can read Waitrose’s press release here:
Read the twool® write up here: