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 the tight deadline. In total, five key visuals were created which you will see online and in various mags in the coming weeks and months.
One of those KVs was particularly interesting – we purchased a stock image and used it as background setting for the model and product we photographed in our Shanghai photo studio – see below how the images was composed:
The production team consisted of approx. 12 people incl. our senior photographer, hair and make-up artist, wardrobe stylists, location scouts, our executive producer, our model casting director, assistants, retouchers, prop stylists and four Asian models, one Caucasian models. Our team does more and more FMCG photography shoots, and we welcome DANBAOLI to our list of brands we worked with!
A big THANKS to the awesome team at EQUANCY for this great cooperation – looking forward to more to come!
Our photography team in Shenzhen just produced a couple of furniture room scene shots, which turned out quite nice! Take a look at the images below. All you see was built, styled, propped, shot & retouched by us.
We have done lots and lots of photography for the chocolate photography brand SENZ, originally from Belgium. Our entire studio smelled like chocolate, and Senz’ very own Maître chocolatier did an amazing job styling the different still-lifes. All shots were taken by our Shanghai food photographer, and also retouched in Shanghai. Have a look at more shots on our latest work page.
We recently finished a series of nice shots for a China-based purchase agent sourcing products for several U.S. retail companies. The products were random household appliances such as toasters, kettles or irons – yet we tried to come up with a special and unique way of presenting them. We are quite happy with how the shots turned – check them out below.
Kevin, our new lead photographer in Dallas, just shot a stunning and fun-to-create series of Martini images using water, fire, and ice! These images were inspired by the hot and cold “Spring” weather Dallas has been having. 40 degrees F in the morning and 90 degrees F in the afternoon!!