I ‘m not working in food industry. But as a product photographer live in Toronto I’m shooting many kitchen products. Normally I think bread should be made by chef’ s hand. I have never thought it can be made by a machine. Amazing isn’t it? This is the product photo for bread maker.
Brian is a funny guy. When I took portrait picture for him, he stopped me first and talked to me: “ I’m an ugly man, can you please use your magic camera to make me handsome?” Surely I promised him. Actually he is not ugly at all, he just likes joking. Let’s see his portrait photo. Obviously he looks like a big boss.
In Toronto, unfortunately we have a half-year winter and the colors always be white, dark and grey. People love to see the colorful stuff, but the summer is so short. For outdoor portrait photography, usually I would like to choose the colorful background in the pictures to keep the happy memory forever. For example like the photo below, the subject was wearing a white uniform, I chose some green trees as the background, which easily makes the chef outstanding in the photo.
Last Wednesday we were invited by Michael page to shoot business portraits for their leader team. As usual, we arrived on site half an hour ahead of the shooting time. On site photography means photographer has to face different unknown environments. This time I had to shoot in a very small business meeting room. And moreover there was a meeting table in the middle of the room. It was a challenge, isn’t it? To be a professional photographer I have to keep my brain running all the time. I need to solve any unexpected photography problem at my work. This is one of my photos on that day.
Recently, One of my friends invited me to visit him. After arranging my schedule. I left Toronto on an evening, and flew to another country. The bridge in the photo below was just beside his apartment, so I could take some architecture photos conveniently. This is one photo.
This cosmetic product is not from Toronto or Canada. I shoot this product for a UK customer. After He told me what he wanted, I shot this photo in my Richmond Hill’s photo studio. Simply three elements in the photo, water, ice and cosmetic.
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