Production photography captures pictures of the set. This could include people hanging out, props being positioned and lights being arranged. It can also capture the camera setup, something that can be really helpful for lots of things, including special effects.
As well as being fun to document the shoot, taking photos on set can be instrumental to the production process. Having photographs of the actors, products or participants on set helps to maintain continuity if something needs to be shot again.
It’s also invaluable if something needs to be re-shot or altered in the future These images can also be used by the film production team for promotional materials like posters and DVD covers.
As our team understands the value of production photography, they go to great lengths to ensure the photos are just right. They’ll know exactly which shots will be most useful to the client and the production team and so can carefully tailor their output to best suit the project.
Like our videography team, our photographers work hard to ensure they understand the needs and requirements of the client. Their friendly approach will help to put subjects at ease, something that’s essential if we’re going to get the best out of each shoot.
We’ll communicate with you constantly throughout your production photography project to ensure you’re happy with our work, our style and our output. We’ve found that this collaborative approach produces fantastic results and helps clients to feel real ownership over their creative content.
If you’d like to know more about how production photography could benefit your business and enhance your next photography or videography project, we can help. Get in touch with a member of our friendly team to find out more.