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The art of product & lifestyle photography

Inspire wedding and portrait photography clients to buy photo books and albums with stunning product photography. This blog post explains how to capture your product’s handcrafted features, and style the scene for maximum effect.

A well considered and captured photograph can mean the difference between someone looking at your website or having them sail right by. You’ve only got a split second to grab their attention, so in this blog post we ask Michelle and Hemi Phillips from Patina Photo how to shoot lifestyle and product photos that make people stop and want to look again.

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How to video albums for your promotions

Help people fall in love with your products by showing them videos that present the album or book features. We’ve filmed one for you to use and also provided a quick guide on how to create a product video.

One way to help people fall in love with your photo products is to show them videos that highlight their beauty, their unique features and craftsmanship. To make that easy, we’ve filmed this one for you. The creator is Kiwi wedding and commercial photographer, David Le, and he’s allowing us to make it available to Momento Pro customers to use in your album promotions – until you create your own video of course!

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Sarah J. Walker: Second Sight & Pelci Manor

If you’re contemplating entering the Australia & New Zealand photo book awards (or not), peruse this post about Melbourne-based Gen Z photographer Sarah J. Walker who can credit two photobook award wins for producing her first two publications.

Book awards have already played a significant role in the career of emerging Melbourne photographer Sarah J. Walker. In 2017 she won the Perimeter Small Book Prize. She went on to win the Photobook category of the Australia and New Zealand Photobook Award 2018 with Second Sight – the book published as a result of the Small Book Prize.

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Homage to Harvey Benge (1944 – 2019)

Harvey Benge was well known in the anitpodean and European photo book community as prolific, oustpoken and entertaining. Following his passing this month we share his thoughts on book making, his bibliography and comments from his photo loving network.

One of the the antipodes most prolific and outspoken photo book creators, passed away last month, Harvey Benge.  In his own words,I live and work between Auckland and Paris. My interest lies in the strange anthropology of cities, observing and making photographs of the unusual and overlooked in the human landscape where nothing is as it seems. I make photographic series which evolve into book works.”

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