Posts Tagged ‘commercial photography’

Another in an ongoing series about commercial photography in the analog age. See other related posts here and here. As artists and communicators, we produce our creations using the current tools at hand. What we can create is largely dependent on those tools, but it’s also true that the tools at hand have an effect […]


Years ago when I was doing commercial photography, over half the work I did was produced in the studio as opposed to location work. Product photography and catalog shots were routinely done in a studio setting, of course, but one would be surprised at how many shots that looked like location shots were also created […]