Category Archives: Product Photography

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2-day Studio Shoot In Napa for Bottle Shots and Beauty Shots

Final shots from a two-day studio shoot. Adam Sullivan from Balzac Communications art-directed. It was a lot of fun! There is one shot in there from my iPhone that shows what the setup looked like […]

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Ready to Launch!

One of the fun and exciting aspects of being a photographer specializing in winery and wine photography is getting that call from someone who wants to launch a new brand, and they need my help! […]

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Wine bottle photography and special occasions

Like so many industries that live and breath in the wine industry, photographers love holidays. Wedding photographers relish the spring and summer months, as do event photographers, and, like them, wine bottle photographers love the […]

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Fun with wine bottle photography

It might seem boring to many, but wine bottle photograph is fun. As a wine bottle photographer, I love the challenge that each bottle of wine brings. Different labels, different foils, some with matte labels […]

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Wine and Art: A Perfect Pair

I just finished up a wonderful project for Eric Kent Cellars, shooting all of their older and newer vintages. Each new vintage of their myriad wines features new artist labels that only showcase the art. […]

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A Lucky Tornado?

I got a new client that makes a small amount of wine with his wife. He actually works for one of my other clients and makes this wine on the side. Hey, it’s Napa. We […]

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Fun with gift packs…

One of my regular clients, Cliff Lede, asked me to photograph some wine bottle gift packs they were offering for the holidays. The instructions were to do standard shots on a white background, and normally […]

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Deadlines and wine

Deadlines are a part of life. You are threatened with them as early as the 1st grade, and even then, you are told that you will be dealing with ever more challenging and important deadlines […]

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