About Amanda Hibbert Photography
San Francisco based Commercial Still Life, Food and Product Photographer who's passion for beauty in simplicity enables her to produce stunning images for clients' marketing needs.
Please email to discuss your photography and film project details. Prices are tailored to each client and based on the scope of the project and image-licensing needs.
Commercial Still Life, Product and Food Photography
Questions and Answers
What do you recommend to know before hiring you?
Photographic style: Have an idea of what kind of images (style) you are looking for, a mood board, pinterest board or example/inspirational images are helpful. Find images that represent what you want in your photography.Shot Count: Have an idea of the total number of images you need. This will held determine how long photography needs to be conducted. If you need a product shot, and would like several different angles, it's not just one image, but however many different shots of the same product you need. Each image is post-processed individually, so each image, although of the same product, is it's own shot.Stylist: I always recommend using a stylist. They are professionals, and are excellent at what they do. Stylist make the subjects look wonderful and allow the photographer, clients and producer to focus on their specific tasks without having to work about if the food or product is looking it's best.Producer: Depending on how large the job is and how many products are being shot, a producer is essential to keeping a shoot running smoothly, getting the product in the door on time, and handling the logistics of the job. Photography producers keep the shoot moving, on schedule, and on budge. If the client chooses to take on this role themselves, it is usually an added stress when having to figure out the logistics of the job as well as review and approve shots. Multi-tasking is an essential skill.