Shooting watch photography is notoriously complicated and takes no small amount of skill to create a quality image.
Watches incorporate multiple eliminates that are small, reflective, glass & metal, textural and have high depth from front to back.
As with all ecommerce and catalogue images its very important to keep continuity from shoot to shoot. So that images photographed last year fit seamlessly in the current websites and marketing material.
Lots of businesses forget that continuity in all aspects of their contact with customers from images to copy and design have a huge impact on the level of perceived trust that customers have for that business and this translates directly to sales and continued brand connection.
We shot some of these images for the Foxleigh brand a few months ago and another set last week.
Just thought I'd just check out how they're looking on the Foxleigh ecommerce website.
I always find it interesting to see what clients do with the images we create for them. Below is a screen capture from the Foxleigh online shop. I think they look great!
If you like the look of the Foxleigh watches you can take a look at their website – www.foxleighwatches.com