Research shows that consumers form a first impression of a business website or special media page within the first 50 milliseconds of clicking on them. What’s more, specialised eye tracking software shows that it is the images they notice first. This means that your customers’ first impression rests solely on the quality of your images.
While there are many online tutorials which promise to make you a better photographer or that have the ‘secret’ to better photos, many of them are nothing more than an overly complicated idea based on the basic principles of photography. With that being said, this article is nothing like that, we promise. Instead, we are
Product Photography Studio Manchester Earlier this year our Managing Director, James, Purchased a 120-year-old former Engine and Boilerhouse in Swinton, Manchester to renovate and convert into our new Product Photography Studio. As always, the project took longer and cost a hell of a lot more than expected. The project took 9 months to complete and