Lifestyle product photography puts your product in the context of your customer’s life and helps create an emotional connection with your consumers. Through creative and inspired lifestyle setups we bring your products to life in their "natural habitat" where their purpose and features are most easily represented.
Whether you have a specific vision for the shoot or you are open to ideas, we will work tirelessly to deliver stunning professional images with high impact.
Professional images are an investment that can be used throughout the life of your business. It’s not secret that professional photography helps you sell more and makes your business look professional.
“Vivid Flow Studio was recommended to me by a friend when I was looking to have some product photography done. The result was high quality lifestyle images that make our product look great. Very satisfied and would definitely use again.”
William Gibson (Vivere Forte)
At Vivid Flow Studio we care about you! We keep our prices down, and quality high, by creating bespoke tailored packages that best suit your requirements. This way you’ll only pay for what you need.
We involve you in the whole process from planning, through to selection, and even the editing process in Photoshop. Like this you will be able to provide your own suggestions/ideas for different shots or angles so by then end you’ll be more than satisfied with the results. You’ll never pay for a service you’re not satisfied with. Read what some of our customers have to say about us here.
100% satisfaction GUARANTEE!
We offer 100% satisfaction policy which ensures that you won’t have to pay if you are not fully satisfied with the images.
“We recently contracted Vivid Flow Studio for an international shoot for our cycling company as we’d heard great reports about his work and after checking his portfolio we were impressed. We were very happy with their work, professionalism and speed in getting our photos for our webpage. We will definitely be using Vivid Flow Studio again for future such shoots.”
Gareth Stonier (Your Bike Travel)