Mouthwatering Marketing Images
Professional food photography
for manufacturers & venues.
Increase Leads and Revenue
Have a Beautiful Website
Your Food Should Look as Good as it Tastes
Are you embarrassed by your food images?
Are your food and venue images of consistent quality?
Do your images attract a flood of new customers?
Do you salivate when you see your food photos?
Are iPhone images not cutting it?
Do you have the knowledge, equipment and skills to
capture images you love?
Boost Enquiries & Sales
We eat with our eyes. Having mouth watering professional images of your food will move your customers to buy again and again.
Professional food photography will set you apart from your competitors. Be the leader in your industry.
Love Your Website
Feel proud of your website when you trade in your old embarrassing images for stunning professional ones.
HOW IT WORKS
Schedule a Call
Get in touch and tell me how I can help with your food photography. We’ll schedule a call to answer your questions and chat about your ideas and needs.
Book the Shoot
(My Studio or Your Site)
I’ll help you develop a brief and guide you through the process so we reach your goals.
Show Off Your New Images
Put your images to work, be inspired by the sales results and be proud of your new professional look.
“I help established food manufacturers, caterers & venues make a BIG impact with their food photography.”
LOVE YOUR WEBSITE
BOOST LEADS & SALES
Meet Adrian Harrison!
CLIENTS YOU MAY KNOW
Client satisfaction promises
To ensure you love your new images and they make a BIG impact, I promise you…
1. Risk Free Shoot.
If in the first hour of shooting you’re not 100% satisfied, I’ll refund your money, no questions asked plus I’ll give you $100 for wasting your time.
2. Guaranteed Image Quality.
I personally guarantee your images will be sharp, well lit and of professional quality. If not, I’ll refund the affected images or re-shoot them for free.
3. Free Digital Adjustments.
Need a minor digital adjustment? Like rotating, cropping, lightening? For the first 6 months, I’ll do it for free.
INDUSTRIES WORKED WITH
YEARS IN BUSINESS
Happy client comments
His attention to detail was impeccable and he delivered such high quality images.
After the photography items that weren’t selling started selling.
We wanted to lift the image of our food and our business and there is no doubt that the work Adrian did for us did exactly that.
They meet our high quality standards and deliver consistent results with minimal fuss. We recommend Adrian Harrison Photography to all our suppliers for our photography needs.
Food Photography – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
I always get a bunch of questions – many of them similar – when potential clients first get in touch with me. So I thought I would jump the gun help you out with the most common questions I get.
Q: What kinds of clients benefit the most from Adrian Harrison Photography?
I work with restaurants, cafes, food manufacturers, bars, hotels, graphic designers, ad agencies & other creatives. My best clients, like Dan Murphys, appreciate a fast, easy and hassle-free experience.
Q: I need images for our website, brochure, menu and social media. Can you help?
Q: Can you shoot at my place of business? Will the results be as good as a studio?
Q: Do we need a food stylist? Why bother? My chef makes our food look fantastic already.
Why can’t I use my chef? Chefs are great at making food taste and look great for the diner. The camera sees the food very differently. For example, meat can take on a bluish tint and needs special treatment to look its best. An experienced stylist knows this and has many other tricks up their sleeve to make your food look stunning. Stylists are also very good at choosing the best colours and props to compliment your food – which makes a big difference in the final results.
Q: Who needs to be at the shoot?
Q: Why does it cost so much when all I need is a handful of photos?
The fact is, to make your food look mouth-watering, there’s a lot of preparation and setup involved. Lots of equipment must be brought in and setup. The best food ingredients need to be selected and carefully prepared and cooked. Props and plates need to be chosen and arranged. Up to five studio flashes are used for one dish of food – each must be positioned precisely. Up to 50 test shots are taken too. And all this is for only one plate of food.
In additional to my time, you’re paying me for my experience. My experience means you get the results you want. I won’t waste hours at your expense because I don’t know how to shoot something. I save you money doing reshoots because my equipment won’t break in the middle of a shoot (or if it does I have spares). I solve problems that less experienced photographers can’t.
And last but not least, I make exceptional images that will help you sell more. I don’t know the value of this but you can figure out what a 2, 5, 10 or 15% in your sales is worth to you.
Q: Can you deep etch / cut images out / remove the background?
Q: How long does it take?
Q: I need images that are a specific size, file type or specification.
Q: Does it always work out with clients?
My best clients…
• Trust my professional judgment, advice and let me do what I do best
• Provide clear and detailed photography briefs
• Provide detailed objective feedback
• Understand outstanding images take time don’t try to cram too much into a day’s shoot.
I always have problems with clients who provide very little direction, want me to shoot 40 dishes in one day, and who say (directly or indirectly), “I don’t really know what I want right now but I’ll let you know when I see it.” This usually ends in tears.
Q: What’s your #1 goal?
Q: What else is important?
What I’ve also found is important to clients…
• A broad general business and food knowledge so I can put myself in the shoes of your potential customer/client quickly.
• Meeting deadlines.
• Adhering to post-production and output image requirements.
• Solving problems, not creating them.
• Previous experience photographing your type of food.
• Getting on and making it happen…and without fuss.
• Being professional with clients…e.g. if I schedule a shoot at 1.00pm in the afternoon, I start at precisely 1.00 p.m.
Q: What do you charge?
Q: How does it work?
We then schedule the shoot. The shoot is a collaboration of both our ideas – not just some arty vision that doesn’t bear relevance to what you want.
Next is post production – here’s a small sample of the 72 different processes I put each image through: enhance the details, enrich the colours, remove dust and blemishes*, improve the contrast, sharpen the image…all this leaves you with a fantastic looking image.
The proof images are sent to you for approval and amended if necessary. The final images are delivered by email.
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