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Lifestyle Shots for HELTIQ

Rimagine was recently hired by the Dutch branding agency BSUR (be as you are) to create a series of lifestyle shots in Shanghai for their customer Utermöhlen, a Dutch company founded in 1880 and well known in the wound care industry. Rimagine’s producer Ivy and account Benji orchestrated the entire production, including renting a suite in a five-star boutique hotel …

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Seasonal Food Photography for PHILIPS

We just spent two great days in our photo studio in Shanghai with the design team of PHILIPS, shooting one of latest products, cookie shaping discs. Our trusted food stylist was Roland, who already did numerous shoots for PHILIPS in 2013 and 2014. He not only created lots of beautifully-looking and awesome-tasting cookies! The entire studio smelled christmasy wonderful (the …

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Launch Of The All New Rimagine.com

We are very excited to launch our brand-new website, built from the ground up with completely new functionality, an innovative design and lots of additional and updated content. The site will not only be fast and easy-to-use but is also optimized for smartphones and tablets, offering a modern, responsive and engaging user experience – we really hope you like it! …

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Still-Life Shots for PROSOUND

We recently created a series of still-life shots for our longterm client, PROSOUND, a China-based manufacturer and marketer of high-end audio products. The shots were taken by our experienced photographer from our Shanghai studio. We really enjoy photographing these products, as they are all wireless, work brilliantly via bluetooth and you can control the tracks and volume simply through your …

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American Kitchen Room Scene

We just built from scratch, styled and propped an entire American-style kitchen room scene, which will be permanently available for photo shoots till the end of 2014. We believe this room scene can be a great backdrop when shooting kitchen appliances, home decor, cookware, furniture or tableware. If you are interested in using it for your next shoot, don’t hesitate …

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Ambiance Photos For American Brand

Our photographers in Shenzhen just created a simple yet (we think) great-looking ambiance shot for an American children furniture brand. The design, building and styling of the set was done by our studio team, which took about a half-day! The background image was composed into the scene later on by our Hong-Kong based retouchers. Since the beginning of this year, …

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Creating Ambiance Room Scenes In 3D

Since several months, our Shanghai studio team is working on a 3D rendering, photography and retouching solution, which we are very excited about as we plan to launch it to the market shortly. In brief, we will be using room scenes built in 3D (instead of conventional room scene building), and use those virtual scenes as ambiance backdrops when shooting …

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Advertising Shots for DANBAOLI.

In the past few weeks our Shanghai photography and retouching team were busy creating a whole series of advertising shots for the re-launch of China’s #2 dry yeast brand, DAN BAO LI. The campaign was created and masterminded by the French branding agency EQUANCY, which over a period of several weeks worked intensively with our team to try and meet …

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Fun Product Shots for 3M

We had a very busy first quarter, with lots and lots of work for our great long-term customers, such as fab 3M. Below a few random shots which our photographers and retouchers created in the last couple of weeks. All those shots typically end up on product packaging, in online stores and various promotional brochures.

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Healthcare Shots for United Imaging

Our Shanghai photography team just finished a large project for a Chinese healthcare company called UNITED IMAGING. It took several on-location shooting days to create a series of images which will be used for all kinds of marketing purposes. The team consisted of our photographers, hair and make-up artists, Asian and Caucasian adult and children models, prop stylists and our …