Posts Tagged ‘photography-in-wolverhampton’

20Dec

Following our first batch of product shots, one of our customers Adorned came back to us with their new range of fantastic products. They wanted some professional product shots to clearly show how amazing the products were.

Thanks for the tools we use for product shots it wasn’t difficult getting the photos needed. This is why we are experts in corporate photography and getting product shots which look professional for you and your business. Getting a professional photo helps sell the product to it full potential. We’ve all seen photos on websites where they appear very dark or not very clear and this is why business should consider using Ableaf Studio for their corporate or commercial photography.

Here are some of the photos which our customer now have in their library of product shot photos:

Corporate photography product shots

19Aug

A good friend and neighbour recently asked us if they have get some more photos of their children, James and Chloe. As we had already photographed them almost the same time last year it would be nice to get some more photos showing how they have grown up. We were more than happy to help and got some amazing photos which are now proudly displayed in their home. Below is a sample of the photos taken.

Children Portraits

26Feb

It’s been a busy month taking photos for Wombourne Vets, corporate photos and large family shots.  I now know that I can fit up to 12 people in the studio.  See below as an example of a montage I put together for one of the families.  This was then printed to a size of their choice to fit the frame they had brought.

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About Me

Ableaf Studio was set-up in 2009 by Wombourne photographer Jon Winter. Jon has many years experience in the Photography business, from studio based work to location based work and has many services to offer. Specialising in corporate/commercial photography, family/portrait photography, pet photography and weddings.

Jon has a great eye for detail and has been complemented for building rapport and helping people feel relaxed. Jon considers these to be some of his greatest strengths.