Cosmetics photography – I DEW CARE

Most of you will already know that I adore shooting cosmetics and skincare products – especially cute packaging for Korean style products. So, I was absolutely over the moon when I was given the opportunity to work with the guys at Memebox on producing some social content for their brand I Dew Care. 

I Dew Care is a seriously fun, colourful and cute product range with awesome ingredients to care for your skin. Imagine Tony Moly had a lovechild with Milk Makeup and you’ve sort of got the idea. 

Creating a concept for product photography

Different people will approach concept creation from alternative directions, and different projects call for different approaches. For this project I allowed the packaging, ingredients and overall brand aesthetic to lead my creative process.

Cake My Day Facemask

  • A wash-off mask with hydrating rainbow sprinkles, smells of birthday cake.

Berry Groovy Facemask

  • A berry scented wash-off mask with exfoliating strawberry seeds. 

Macha Mood Facemask

  • A green tea scented wash-off mask infused with macha powder.

 Berry Melting Make up Remover

  • A sherbet-like balm-to-oil cleanser featuring blueberry & jojoba oil which has a melting texture.  

My next step was to sketch out a handful of overarching ideas to guide me during planning & shooting. 

Turning a concept into reality

Taking the step from a hand drawn concept to an actualised photographic image is the fun part.  

First step is to decide which elements we should shoot – and which will be stock imagery. Technically we could shoot ALL of these elements even for the comp work, however it can be much more efficient to use stock imagery for certain elements , and i didnt fancy baking a 4-5 tier rainbow cake just for 1 photo.

For all of these images I used a two light setup – a very simple but very effective setup, with a softbox as the key light, and a bare reflector as a skim. The lighting is then partially controlled with black and white card strategically positioned to bounce and remove light where necessary.  

For a full breakdown of how these were shot and put together as final images, check out the new issue of Photography Masterclass Magazine for my article “From Concept to Creative” where i run through the project from cradle to grave.

Get in touch to discuss your potential product photography projects.

Social Distancing At Bryony Photography

Anyone who knows me well will know that, prior to the lockdown, i was already a pretty big fan of social distancing. Not a member of the casual cuddle club, i am much more of a distanced wave goodbye kind of gal…. but here is how we’re abiding by social distancing at Bryony Photography to allows us to continue working whilst keeping everyone safe and sound until restrictions are lifted fully..

What social distancing measures have been put in place?

  • The studio is large enough that we can still actively host models shoots whilst still abiding by the 2metre rule.
  • A large outdoor space is also available for “location” style shoots.
  • Long lenses will be utilised to get close up shots of models whilst not actually encroaching in their space.
  • Models will be responsible for they’re own hair and make up until it is safe to have hair and make up artists.
  • Model Photoshoots will not be booked less than 4 days apart to minimise possibility of transmission.
  • Photoshoots will be postponed should any team members show symptoms*
  • People falling into the “vulnerable” categories will be unable to attend shoots**
  • Models will be required to bring their own sustenance
  • Hand washing facilities will be provided.

*Shoots will be postponed should anyone disclose feeling unwell, or show symptoms.

**It is also recommended that you do not attend a shoot if you are acting as a care giver, or have anyone in your household who is in the “vulnerable” categories.

Product Photography During Lockdown

Our remote product photography offering does not require any modifications to abide by social distancing regulation during lockdown, however for people who are particularly concerned about the current situation we can offer additional precautions such as:

  • Antibacterial sanitising for products and packaging
  • Quarantine period once packaged (4 -7 days) for returned products
  • Contact free product pickup for local businesses

If you have any questions regarding the safety aspects of our photography services during this difficult time, then please feel free to get in touch.

Model Casting Call – Jewellery

I have two separate shoots for two small jewellery brands coming up.

These shoot are both individual model shoots, and will be executed in accordance with social distancing guidelines. Please see our blog post on how we’re managing social distancing regulations at Bryony Photography.

Shoot 1 – Full day shoot for mid level jewellery brand

  • Full day shoot.
  • Date TBC.
  • Location: This will be shot at bryony photography HQ grounds situated near newark.

We will be aiming to shoot 30 pieces of jewellery, mainly earrings for a mid-level jewellery brand. Images will be used for social and web. These will be in the style of casual instagram imagery, natural and not too polished.

*Social distancing measures will be in place to ensure safety of all involved.

Hair and make up will not be provided (for social distancing reasons) so you will be required to do your own. You will also need to bring a selection of neutral clothes (see moodboard below).

Model Requirements

  • Female Model
  • Slim / athletic build
  • Mid-length / long hair – natural colours
  • Must have pierced ears X2 minimum
  • Good skin is preferable, due to the products being mainly earrings.
  • Nails will need to be either natural & healthy, French manicure or a nude colour. (no talons please)

Apply Here!*

Shoot 2 – Half day shoot for small jewellery startup

  • Full day shoot.
  • Date TBC.
  • Location: This will be shot at bryony photography studio situated near newark.

We will be aiming to shoot 8-10 pieces of jewellery, mainly bracelets. These images will likely be studio work, with a natural glowy finish.

*Social distancing measures will be in place to ensure safety of all involved.

Hair and make up will not be provided (for social distancing reasons) so you will be required to do your own. You will also need to bring a selection of neutral clothes (see moodboard below).

Model Requirements

  • Female Model
  • Slim / athletic build
  • Natural Hair colour
  • Elegant hands
  • Nails will need to be either natural & healthy, French manicure or a nude colour. (no talons please)

Apply Here!*

*Please do not apply for these castings if you fall into the vulnerable category, or have members of your household who are vulnerable.

For more details regarding our covid19 protection protocols, please see our blog post.

Photography Services During Lockdown UK

The UK looks to be continuing Lockdown in one form or another for the foreseeable future, but for those of you who are hoping to continue working on your marketing or running your ecommerce side of the business, Bryony Photography is offering remote photography services, and contact free on-site photography. With many businesses struggling under the pressure of the changing circumstances, this current situation is survival of the fittest for the high street retailer, and business who don’t evolve their approach may find themselves in extinction. It is imperative that businesses of all sizes get themselves online with great quality imagery.

Are you allowed to do photoshoots during lockdown?

If a photoshoot is currently imperative to the running of your business, such as having photos produced for an ecommerce site, then you are absolutely fine to go ahead with having a photoshoot. We wouldn’t necessarily recommend having a model shoot currently due to social distancing regulations, however it is absolutely fine to have product photography, ecommerce photography, and product flatlays / still life photography done during lockdown. 

How do I get product photography during lockdown? 

Bryony Photography is offering remote product photography for ecommerce and lifestyle shots, which is not affected by the lockdown whatsoever, aside from perhaps a slight postage delay. This is an entirely contact free service which abides by all social distancing regulations. Products are posted to the studio, they are prepped, shot and retouched all on site, and then the products are returned to you via a post and the images are delivered online via cloud storage. You can even attend the photoshoot via video call if you would like. 

Abiding by social distancing measures, we are still able to offer: 

·      Supplier image resizing

·      Amazon ready Image editing

·      Remote Mannequin Photography

·      Flatlay Photography

·      Digital T-shirt Mock ups

·      Photography tutorials 

·      Remote Ecommerce Photography

·      Remote Product Photography

·      On- site (Socially distant) photography

Are you offering freelance photography during lockdown? 

Bryony photography is still open and offering services to existing and new clients covering a whole host of different types of photography. Abiding by social distancing regulations, we are still able to offer limited on-site photography services such as, interior photography, on-site ecommerce photography, on-site corporate photography and many others. Get in touch today to discuss your options for having a socially distant photoshoot. 

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If you’d like to find out more about photography service during the lockdown, Get in touch today!

Contact Free Photography Services UK

Lockdown is likely to go on for several weeks, and putting the brakes on your business will cost you precious revenue. Bryony photography can help you get ahead on your post-lockdown marketing plan, or getting your product offering up and live online. Whether you own a restaurant, bar or retail business – this down time can be utilised to create fantastic imagery for your business to help pull you through this difficult time. 

What is a contact free photography service?

Due to the social distancing measures put in place by the government to stop the spread of Covid-19, Bryony Photography has put in place a workflow which removes contact and minimises the risk to all parties involved. 

Abiding by social distancing measures, we are still able to offer: 

·     Remote Mannequin Photography

·     Flatlay Photography

·     Digital T-shirt Mock ups

·     Supplier image resizing

·     Photography tutorials 

·     Remote Ecommerce Photography

·     Remote Product Photography

·     On- site (Socially distant) photography

·     Amazon ready Image editing

Can I have my vacant business photographed during lockdown? 

Having your business vacant during a photoshoot is actually preferable in most circumstances, so photographing your restaurant, bar, hairdressers or retail unit during the lockdown is a great way to get beautiful shots for your social media, web banners and print material whilst fully utilising the down time cause by the virus. 

How do I get my retail business online?

There are many options for getting your business online. If you already have a website using one of the many “self-build” suppliers such as wordpress or wix, then shopify plugins are a simple and effective way to get you selling online pretty quickly. There are also third party hosting sites such as etsy, amazon or ebay where you can host your products for retail. Many small businesses are doing a roaring trade just through social media alone, so that is another option. 

Regardless of which option you choose, it will come as no surprise that having great imagery will help you sell your products. Having great quality, high resolution imagery, with multiple images per product is shown to positively influence sales conversion.

Why Use Bryony Photography?

Many of the large corporate photography businesses are struggling to manage under the social distancing regulations, due to having many studios packed with staff. Here at bryony photography we are a small setup allowing us to easily manage social distancing regulations whilst continuing to work efficiently on a variety of projects. 

Can you photograph my products on site?

Despite the lockdown, we are currently still able to offer on site photography, as long as a handful of conditions are met to allow us to abide by the social distancing regulations. The site must be large enough to allow us to maintain a 2 metre distance from others, and the products must not have been handled by others for at least 12 hours before commencing shooting. For ghost mannequin photography, we recommend sending the products to our studio near Newark, or we can offer a local pick up to the surrounding areas. 

We offer pickup services for product photography for the following areas: Southwell, Ollerton, Newark, Mansfield and Nottingham. 

For very large batches, we may be able to offer pick up for further afield so please get in touch to discuss your options. 

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To discuss your project further, and receive a free, no obligation quote, Get in touch today!

Remote Product Photography UK

Britain is going through serious changes at the moment, due to the coronavirus lockdown. Ecommerce is king and physical retail is out. Here at Bryony photography, we have 10 years experience in ecommerce and lifestyle product photography, so are uniquely placed to help you during this period.  

What options do I have for remote photography services?

Bryony Photography offer a wide range of remote photography services to help out your business during this period, including the following:

·     Remote Ecommerce Photography

·     Remote Product Photography

·     On- site (Social Distancing) photography

·     Amazon ready Image editing

·     Remote Mannequin Photography

·     Flatlay Photography

·     Digital T-shirt Mock ups

·     Supplier image resizing

·     Photography tutorials 

How do I photograph products for my webshop? 

Whether you are a seasoned professional at running a webshop or this is your first time trying to take your retail business online. This experience has probably driven home the importance of a solid web presence for your ecommerce and social. 

Bryony photography can handle all aspects of your products photography, from steaming to editing and uploading images. Get in touch to discuss your options for your products types.

Can you offer non-contact product photography?

Bryony photography has several year’s experience offering fully remote photography services to retailers and brand globally. All communication is done via email and telephone, products are posted to the studio, the projects are completed in a timely fashion, and all imagery is supplied via cloud based sharing, along with a round of amendments should there be changes to make, and then the products are returned to the return address.

Why Use Bryony Photography?

As a small independent photographer, with large scale ecommerce experience running global photography studios for a large UK retailer, bryony photography is uniquely placed to help you with your remote photography requirements during this difficult time for your business. We can support you to help you, not only rider this storm, but use it as a spring board to evolve your business model. 

How much does remote product photography cost?

The costs for remote product photography can vary dependant on the volumes of products, the type of products requiring photography and how premium the product type is. We find that product photography can range from around £5 per product for simple high volume photography, to around £32 per product for high end jewellery photography. 

*These costs are rough estimates only and are subject to change. To discuss your specific project, please get in touch using ourcontact form

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Why is Photography still a Male Dominated Profession?

I’m going to pre-curse this entire rambling mess of a blog by saying that i don’t know the answer, and it’s more of a rhetorical question.

It’s 2020. Women are still on average paid less than men for doing the same job, enough so that we were able to “celebrate” November 19th 2019 as the day that women effectively stopped being paid that year in relation to their male counterparts. In 2017 Nikon picked 32 celebrated Photographers to be ambassadors for their newly unveiled D850 and NOT ONE of them was female. Equal Lens reports that Women still make up less than 2 percent of photographers working with major commercial agencies, despite 75% of all photography graduates being female.

In, what should be, the age of equality how are these ridiculous industry standards keeping afloat the Photography Boys Club still perpetuating?

Gender Bias

I could tell you about the time that I was booked for a Golf photoshoot but I was replaced last minute by a male because the Golf Location was “males only”, or about how many times I have had people assume the my male assistant was the photographer, or about the innumerable times men have and will address the other men in any given situation rather than the female, how several times men in professional situations have made overt comments about my body or my sexual inclinations, or how many times when I was an in-house Studio Manager that men have thought I was a receptionist or secretary or how many people made thinly veiled comments that I had become manager because I had slept my way there rather than worked my really hard. And how, whilst these kinds of circumstances happen, women are expected to smile and laugh it off or being accused of having no sense of humour, or being a killjoy. 

In a 2003 study by Columbia Business School professor Frank Flynn and New York University professor Cameron Anderson. 

The pair gave half the students in an MBA class the resume of Heidi Roizen, a successful venture capitalist. The other half of the class were given the same resume, but ‘Heidi’ had been renamed ‘Howard’. The students rated Howard and Heidi as being equally competent, but with Howard being seen as likeable and a team player, and Heidi being deemed arrogant and selfish. 

It is important to remember how these unconscious biases can effect societal thinking and the language that surrounds the genders. Males are described as confident, assertive and passionate, whereas women are described as arrogant, bossy and emotional. 

Lets get Physical

Perhaps it is the notion that women are weaker that perpetuates the idea that we will not be good photographers. Photography can be a physically demanding job, involving a lot of heavy lifting, physical activity and often brute force. Reports surface of women not being hired as photography assistants due to their perceived lack of strength. I have been doing this 10 years and I have never had a problem lifting/ carrying or seeing out a physically demanding day. Unfortunately stereotypes persevere, and yes women are technically not able to reach the same level of strength as men on a competing platform, this doesn’t mean that a strong woman is not equal to, or stronger than, a weak or average male. Also, just to clarify – carrying and lifting is a small portion of this job role, which also can include, organisation, driving, lighting setups, retouching etc… none of which are perceived as gendered (apart from perhaps driving… but that is also a misconception, with statistics showing that men have more collisions than women. With reports of female photographers being pushed, elbowed and boxed out of the way at fashion weeks. Perhaps men simply do have a physical advantage in an industry built around bullies.


In the #METOO era, with the Harvey Weinsteins and Bill Cosbys being held accountable, will the physical bullying stop? I doubt it. There is much speculation that all the Harvey Weinstein accusations only finally made it to light because he was no longer making the studios money. Had he still been bringing in the big bucks and been in a position of power then would it simply have been hushed away like it had for so many years. It is undoubtedly no coincidence that these predatory men are always older, no longer as much in the public eye, often in the winter of their career. You think there aren’t young powerful and unbelievably powerful creeps out there? Of course, they are just powerful enough, connected enough, and making everyone enough money to look the other way. 

Somehow, big names in the industry are still working with Terry Richardson, who is inconceivably A.) not in jail, and B.) not a complete pariah. On his Instagram page, which has amassed a following of 1 million, he documents his recent works with celebrities and publications, including recent work for GQ. This man has had multiple accusations of sexual assault, using models desires to be successful to coerce them into shooting pornographic images with him. If these allegations are true, which i might add, there is photographic evidence and multiple witness accounts, then this man is the ABSOLUTE WORST… he is the worst of men, let alone photographers. Yet, he continues to be booked. He is the bottom % of male photographers, and should only be booked if the rest of all photographers died in a freak accident. If he was the only photographer left alive on this planet then maybe, MAYBE book him. Are you honestly telling me that there isn’t a woman, or even a non-rapey male that could have shot your Cover GQ?

I urge you to take a look at this incredible video by the teams at Cosmopolitan and directed by David Schwimmer. 

It has been made no secret that the events depicted here are based on real events, and there have been many people questioning whether the photographer in question is Terry Richardson, though unconfirmed. 

With a walking embodiment of the Dunning Kruger Effect sitting in the White House…. and to be honest, sitting in Downing St too. Perhaps it is just pure belief that keeps the boys club going. To quote Writer, Sarah Hagi, “God, Give me the confidence of a mediocre white man.”

I can’t remember the comedian now, but I remember seeing a sketch by a stand up about how airplanes are kept in flight purely by the will of passengers, and I do wonder if this is the same as men in power being kept in power purely by their own confidence. The cocksurety of knowing that you have, not only, the basic human right of being safe, but all the opportunities that this earth can offer, automatic respect from your peers, and a clean run at the career ladder unhindered by your genitalia, skin colour, sexual orientation or disability. This feeds into an innate confidence, which women do not have. Women question their own abilities, suffer from terrible imposter syndrome and worry about their demeanour.

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Women globally are talked over, Mansplained to (not to be confused with ACTUAL explaining – please see the chart above created by the wonderful Kim Goodwin), Hepeated, ignored, harassed, belittled and treated with prejudice. Women put up with all this, getting the job done ALL whilst bleeding from their lady parts 25% of the time. 

And are still paid an average of 17.3% less than men. 

But 17.3% is the overall average. When you only look at creative fields, the number hikes up to 32%,  (according to Payscale, a data analytics company). This is a huge disparity, and given the nature of independent working, is difficult to identify a solid reasoning why this is the case. Perhaps it boils down to confidence. A recent study in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology that analysed data from over 985,000 men and women across 48 countries and found that regardless of culture or country, men have higher self-esteem than women.

So, Women…. We’ve been banging on about this for years now, so what can we actually do to change things? 

Speak Up

Talk, say your piece, speak your mind. Set boundaries and stick them. Have the confidence in your abilities and knowledge to say what you think and stand by it. But also, speak up if you see gender bias happening. 

Chin Up

Have the confidence to “behave like a man”. Ask for what you want, price your services accurately and be prepared for people to think you are “bossy”. Show up and show off. 

Level Up

Level up your knowledge base, skill set and experience. Put yourself in a positions where you have the right to be confident, the right to request higher payment, and the ability to “walk the walk”. 

Lift Up

Lift up other women. Grow your female network, support other freelancers and use positive language with your female friends, co-workers, and acquaintances. As women, we do not need the added distraction of battling amongst ourselves – so support your female network! And lastly, a note for men in business. Look around you. In your office, or on a shoot  – wherever you may be in a business setting. What’s the percentage gender split in your worklife? If it’s not even close to 50/50 (or the women are predominantly in low paid, admin roles and the men are in higher paid executive roles ) then the likelihood is that you are unknowingly a part of “the boys club” and you should aim to change that slowly over the course of time. Lift women up, let them finish their sentences, give them credit when credit is due, and treat your female colleagues with respect. 

Midlands Product Photographers

In the words of Hannibal Lecter, “we covet what we see”, and this is never more true than in the world of retail and ecommerce. The visual aspect of shopping makes up the vast majority of the decision making process about deciding whether to buy or not. Quality Product photography is the key to kickstarting this process. You can have the best products in the world, but unless they look as great as they are, you’re going to struggle. 

Should I use a full service commercial photographer? 

Here at Bryony Photography, we have the experience of a full service commercial outfit, with 10 years experience managing high volume photography studio for large retailers, but we are a smaller operation with lower overheads, enabling us to keep costs down and pass on that saving to you. 

What type of product photography do you offer? 

·      Creative Still Life Photography

·      Lifestyle Product Photography

·      Conceptual Advertising Photography

·      Amazon Ready Photography

·      Creative Flatlay Photography

·      Glasswear Photography

·      Ghost Mannequin Photography

·      Ecommerce Photography

I haven’t got product samples yet, can I still book product photography? 

Depending on the location of your manufacturer, lead times on product samples can range from a couple of weeks to several months, so whilst it is still a good idea to be considering your photography requirements, you may not be quite ready to book in an actual shoot date. Bryony Photography can work with you to book in a realistic timescale for your project completion whilst keeping in mind your product launch dates. 

I am organising a hard product launch, how do I keep my products secret?

Bryony Photography has a long history of working with big brand names who often have Hard launches whereby the products are not “Revealed” at all until the launch dates. Think football boots, and celebrity collab launches. Because we are used to working in this way, we can put safety precautions in place to ensure that there are no leaks surrounding your product photography, you just have to make sure you let us know that it is a Hard Launch. 

Contact Bryony Photography

If you are ready to start planning your product photography project then Get In Touch today. You can also check out Product Photography Portfolio, or like our Facebook Page for updates. 

Midlands Photography Services

Whether you are requiring a lookbook for your new fashion range, or interior photography for an Air Bnb, bryony Photography can help you achieve great quality results, on budget and to your timeline. 

What photography services in the midlands does bryony photography provide?

  • Corporate Headshots
  • Actors Headshots
  • Interior Photography
  • Real Estate Photography
  • Influencer Photography
  • Fashion Photography
  • Product Photography
  • Reportage Photography
  • Campaign Photography

How much will photography cost? 

The cost of projects can vary quite a lot depending on the specifications of each individual project, including the amount of time needed for pre-production planning, how much time is required onsite, how much retouching will involved. Headshots can cost in the region of £70-£120, with interior photography coming in at around £200-350 and large scale brand campaigns being anywhere between £3k-75k depending on the scale of the project.

 Bryony Photography can help guide you to getting the most out of your budget whilst achieving your desirable outcomes. 

Why is photography so expensive?

When you hire a professional photographer, you are paying for their experience, their knowledge, their contacts and all the additionals that come along with this. 

Its also worth bearing in mind that what you pay doesn’t all go into the photographers pocket, remember, you may have additional costs for models, locations, permits, on top of this the photographer has expenses for equipment, travel, insurances and potentially other crew members such as prep assistants and photographic assistants. 

How can I use the images?

In the briefing stage of the project, we will discuss the usage options for your project so we can ensure that you have the final deliverables suitable for your end usage needs. At Bryony Photography we do not limit the usage of your images based on time, but we do request that you stick within the guidelines of “fair usage”, for example if we photograph a headshot for an employee of a company, that employee may use that image for their linkedin profile, but would not be allowed to use the headshot in the inside cover of a new crime thriller they had written in their spare time. If you have any questions about image usage then please get in touch.

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Get In Touch today to discuss your Midalnds photography project. You can also check out our Model Photography Portfolio, or like our Facebook Page for updates. 

Midlands Fashion Photography

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

Get In Touch today to discuss your fashion photography project. You can also check out our Model Photography Portfolio, or like our Facebook Page for updates.