Professional product photography – that’s what my client was looking for in Calgary. Since I am a huge fan of challenges, I became the product photographer for their online shop called Buta Boutique. For a while now, I have been doing branding, portrait, product, and personal photography for the owner. Every session encourages me be creative in a different way.
My team decided to try something new this shoot. After consulting work, we came to the conclusion to underline the beauty of silk scarfs working with different textures and accessories. As you see, every colour was mixed with similar or polar colour palette details.
The project turned out to be stylish and innovative for me. I cannot say I don’t like to take the standard shots, but what I also like is to push further. That’s the constant dynamic of my work. Something new is my goal.
This vendor supported our ideas 100%. Buta Boutique is my soulmate client for years. These professional relations are very dear to me.
As the result we did several silk scarfs mixed accordingly to their vibrant colours. If you love these items, check the availability on the website: Buta boutique.
You don’t always have to hire a professional to photograph your items. All you need is to understand simple light techniques and tips:
Check the helpful video linked to this article to get more ideas on how to better fold your scarfs for the shots.
I am practicing professional product photography since the beginning of my career. Ha ha, I should confess you that my first models were my home-baked cakes and my friends’ pets. My most favourite life slogan is that growth comes with lots of practice; so, that’s what I’m doing constantly and personally I am feeling pretty confident about my photography.