It’s important for your brand that you look authentically you. Stock imagery doesn’t quite get you there. Mabble will put our creative energies to making you look, well, Like you. Whether shooting video or images, we have the artistic eye to bring your brand to life.

This is the most common type of photography a business needs. It consists of pictures of the company’s physical space, as well as some working staff photos. We recommend this package often because all it requires from the client is cleaning their office/store and making sure employees dress nice for the day. And all we do is capture the images.

Our on-site photography package includes headshots as well, ensuring that all of the photo assets needed for a website or print material are taken care of.

Wedding ceremony set up with white chairs in a row on a green lawn and white house in the background

Friends gathered around a table cheersing wine glasses

Lifestyle photography seamlessly integrates a company’s brand and culture, resulting in visually compelling elements that effectively convey a message to the viewer. This approach incorporates props, backdrops, wardrobes, models, and deliberate positioning, all under the direction of an Art Director. With no detail left up to chance, a lifestyle photoshoot is meticulous!

Quick and simple is not quite right, but when compared to other shoots it’s not exactly wrong either. Using a light box to create a clean and clear image of any product, this style of photoshoot has one goal: to get a high-quality picture of the product. No bells. No whistles. No fuss. These photos are used for e-commerce websites like Woocommerce, Shopify, or even Amazon.

two green face lotion products with bright white background

a cocktail with citrus and other fresh ingredients around it

Some would call this the “lifestyle shoots” of product photography—and they would be correct. Move over Amazon, these photos are a little too steamy for your platform. This style incorporates color and tone from the business’ brand, and builds a scene around the product that intensifies its message.

Use a stylized product photo to communicate ingredients, effects, or even flavor without saying a single word. Great product photos can even articulate the feeling the consumer will have when interacting with the product. This is also a great space to innovate, try new things, and break the mold.