PRODUCT & PACKSHOT PHOTOGRAPHY SOUTH EAST

PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY

We provide a full product photography service in studio or on location. images are shot with up to date equipment which provide high-resolution files for print or web-sized images. As an experienced team, we have photographed everything from a single small bottle up to large factory machines so no project is too hard and we would be happy to help you make your products and services stand out from the crowd with creative results.

Products to be photographed can either be delivered to our studio directly or via courier - turnaround is typically 24 hours or less and files are delivered electronically.

 

 

 

NEWS

GOOD GOVERNANCE INSTITUTE
HTV are proud to be working with the good governance Institute. Its predictions and observations of performance in the NHS during this pandemic present great opportunities. Will they be missed? Andrew Corbet-Nolan presents three short videos. "Rather sadly GGI predicted that NHS governance would return to full-fat routines as we pulled through the first stage of the pandemic and disappointingly we are right. The reason we believe is a misappreciation of what actually happened to board working in those three months and as sure as eggs are eggs NHS governance will return back to a porridge of lengthy board and committee meetings and the famed 200 page papers #valuecreation #leadership #governance #healthcare #ethics #medicalmanagement . But understanding what actually happened those three months helps find a way to keep decision making agile and assurance focussed on only the necessary"
PAINTING REPRODUCTION CHARLOTTE SNOOK
Working to produce reproductions for print with Charlotte Snook
HEAR NOW-TREVOR WATTS
A conversation with legendary free jazz saxophonist Trevor Watts. Directed and filmed by Mark French
YouTube production "Ordinary Things"
Ordinary Things explained by a not so ordinary person. Well extraordinary things do happen in real-life as a pro YouTuber visits the studio....
TRIBUTE TO DEREK JARMAN
Tribute to Derek Jarman by Mark French and Richard Heslop.