Whether you are wanting an editorial shoot for a local magazine, or a brand campaign for a fashion forward startup, Bryony photography has got you covered.
Do you shoot in a Studio or Location?
Studio and location work are different strings to the same bow. With studio work offering a controlled environment perfect for lookbooks, ecommerce or web banners and location work offering you the flexibility to really push your brand identity. An easy way to identify if you require location or studio work, is to work out if you are wanting to sell the actual product? Or are you wanting to sell the brand ethos? If you’re not sure, then Bryony Photography can consult with your on your project and offer you advice as to the best plan of action for what you are wanting to achieve.
How many Fashion Shoots has Bryony Photography done?
Bryony Photography has 10 years experience in the industry, and has shot for big brand names such as Puma, House of Fraser and Flannels, along with smaller startups. We haven’t been keeping count to be honest, but we think it’s somewhere in the realm of 100+ fashion shoots, so we are confident that whatever your project, we have the knowledge and experience to best suit your needs.
What Fashion photography services does Bryony Photography Provide?
- Lookbook photography
- Fashion photography
- Brand photography
- Ecommerce photography
- Editorial shoots
- Athleisure Photoshoots
Do you shoot Film as well as Digital?
Bryony Photography can offer analogue (film) photography as well as digital, but this is not included as standard. It is worth bearing in mind that 35mm film, and the subsequent development is an additional charge, and to budget accordingly for your analogue project. Get in touch if you want to discuss your options for film photography.
How many hours will I need for my Fashion Shoot?
The amount of time needed for your project will depend on a number of things including – the number of products/ outfits you have, how much prep time is required in hair and make up, the type of imagery you are looking to achieve, and the number of different sets required to achieve your images. A good rule of thumb is 1 hour for hair and make up, and then 30 minutes to an hour per outfit, so for a full day shoot you could be looking at between 10-36 products though we have done particularly efficient shoots which have hit much higher product numbers. Bryony photography can advise you on what sort of timescale will be required to get your project completed.
Contact Bryony Photography
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