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Most photographers dream of shooting commercial photography. Shooting beautiful models in bikinis and beautiful outfits for catalogs and calendars. While a select fortunate few in places like LA and Miami have model shoots like that every day most photographers in other regions of the country are lucky to get those sort of shoots once or twice a month if that. Unfortunately that won\’t be paying the bills on a month to month basis.
That's the reason why I have always continued to shoot industrial product photography. It might not be as glamorous as shooting models, but it regularly pays the bills. Commercial corporations always need product photographers to shoot new industrial product designs. These images are required for catalogs, brochures slicks, trade show exhibits and websites. The best part is that since they're always modifying these products, they'll need you back again and again to re-shoot them.
These industrial companies don't have to be huge, even little and medium sized companies need product photography. Next time your out and traveling through a business park look round at all the tiny, medium and enormous business that you see. These enterprises are producing new products and designs every day. Many of those corporations need you help, your talent and your skills as a photographer.
Over 90 percent of my shoots are on location. Which implies you won't even need a studio, talk of a savings. At industrialproductphotography.com I will show you what hardware you'll need, how it's possible to get the shot and do the Photoshop work. I have been doing product photography since 1985, from film to digital and trust me digital is better. Just the cost and time savings will help you get the job done quicker and make much more money.
Become a high paying industrial product photographer, they are always in demand.
Stephen Spreadbury has been shooting industrial product photography since 1985. While I started off shooting film, there's very little better then shooting digital and finishing in photoshop. I believe there is not any bigger market for the pro paparazzo then in the industrial product photography field.