As a professional Product Photographer since 2000, Chris' only focus is products, large & small.
Photography for your business is an investment; likewise, as a photographer, Chris has invested time and money into education, and real-world experience to better develop his skills, offering you the highest quality work.
"Having the best photographic ingredients, add in years of experience results in superior photographs! As a skilled product photographer, I understand how to utilize aspects such as color, design, lighting, reflections, angles, and display to create images paying homage to your product's design." Chris
Chris also has twenty-five years of marketing experience, visually communicating between his clients and their consumers, increasing the value of his client's products and services.
When someone tells a photographer that "their camera must be really good," chances are the photographer will respond with an eye roll. The debate surrounding gear vs. skill in the photography world is a tired, albeit consistent discussion. Let's not kid ourselves, equipment does in fact matter. You don't want someone showing up for your "professional" shoot with a point-n-shoot camera and a tripod that will not hold a hummingbird, you are just not going to be satisfied with the results.
Beyond the undeniable fact that one needs a great camera to create great photographs, there is a multitude of optional equipment and components that can be used to produce a professional shoot and bring your project to the next level. None of these are necessary for your project, they are simply additional tools that a photographer may take advantage of to make things easier to achieve the results you are looking for. Here are a few items that Chris tends to use: https://www.widowcreek.com/gear