On-White Product Photography Prices 2013

Product photography is often the very first contact a customer will have with a product, whether it is on a website, catalogue, flyer or mobile device so it is extremely important to provide a clear and accurate representation. While more creative options are often preferred for advertising and concept delivery it is the versatile on-white photograph that best represents a product and is used most for promoting and presenting products.  Philip Hunton Photography has completed over 2500 on-white product photographs of product photography ranging from spectacle frames and dresses to LED lighting products, quality organic tea and the London 2012 Olympic Torches.



In addition to the basic on-white photography service, the studio can cater for more creative options and clipping path (cut-out) images often used by magazines. Our charge for providing the additional cut-out option is significantly less than that a designer would charge and it means you can present your product on a variety of backgrounds.

On White Photography Prices 2013

All of the following services include delivery of images via a private photocloud (for 30 days following the shoot), high resolution and web resolution files and a commercial use *license.


Standard Service (3 Day Turnaround)
Images are shot on-white or single colour background with or without a partial reflection

1-20 Products – £10.00 per shot
21-40 Products – £8.50 per shot
41-100 Products – £5.50 per shot

Additional Options

Cut outs – £2.50 per shot (supplied with clipping path)


Express Service (24 hour turnaround)
Images are shot on-white or single colour background with or without a partial reflection

1-20 Products – £12.50 per shot
21-40 Products – £10.00 per shot

Additional Options

Cut outs – £3.50 per shot (supplied with clipping path)

To find our more or to book your products into the studio contact Philip on 0191 236 1017.

*The commercial use license allows use of the images in any way you wish but cannot distribute to third parties or sell images without prior written consent from the photographer, all copyright is retained by the photographer.

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