Studio Blog


One of the few barriers between a product and its audience online is that everything is presented in two dimensions, often quite small so the customer gets a view of the product but not a good look around it.

360 degree photography is ideal for showing off your flagship products, encouraging users to interact, look closer and truly examine them.


Social media is today a massive part of life, there is no escape. It is used to communicate with clients, customers, family and friends. While our professional and personal lives are often very different, the images we use to represent these separate lives in many cases are not.

We have all got connections on Facebook or Linkedin that are high up in business but use a blurred selfie taken at 1am in a bar as their headshot. In many cases its surprising that after a meeting they add you on Linkedin and the image they use is a stark contrast to the professional person you just met.


As I have discussed in previous blog entries, good photography is essential to any business. When it comes to presenting new products and showing their features its essential that there is a balance between the aesthetic and showing the real features of the product. A recent project for North East company Clictime presented interesting challenges […]


A selection of photographs by Philip Hunton are now available as beautifully framed prints, canvases, acrylics and wooden blocks from wall art specialists www.photo4me.com. Photography it not something you can just do¬†as a job, it often begins as a hobby, develops into a passion and continues on to be an obsession before any photographer takes […]

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