For Cumbria's makers, designers & manufacturers
Sam Foster has worked with a range of Cumbrian companies and individuals. Sectors include hospitality, retail and manufacturing and she captures their products on camera with life and style. Sam takes the same Tribal Images creative approach that she uses with people and uses it for all kinds of products. And she adds passion, personality and a flavour of Cumbria.
What you get are images that are striking, different and that will make a big impact for your brand.
Images for impact
Many magazines and online shops require the simplest possible white background photographs. Lit properly and taken professionally by Tribal Images, these can still tell the story behind your product.
“Products in a white space for online and print sales need to crisp and clear. Done well with proper lighting, they can make a great impact. Mind you, anyone who has tried to take their own is only too aware of the pitfalls.”
Communicating your personality
Branding is about much more than just packaging and logos. Great product photography is more about lifestyle and Tribal Images specialise in adding life, style and personality to your products.
“Many of my product photography clients want to show the Cumbrian connections rather than talk about them. That’s when product shots need to have a context and to say something about the story behind the product. I love that part of commercial photography and working with clients to really communicate.”
Promotion and sales
Professional product photography is important, whether it’s for your own online shop, your business social media channels or a business stand for an event. An investment in getting it right with Sam at Tribal Images can have great returns, generating sales and success. If you want to communicate quality and style, you need professional photography to show that at a glance.
“Using a professional photographer like me can make all the difference even for social media photography. And, because I’m local to Carlisle and Cumbria, it needn’t be a big extra expense.”