Commercial Photography Blog in NC

Neil Boyd is a commercial photographer in Raleigh NC. His work includes food photography, corporate head shots, product photography, architecture photography, event photography, advertising photography and lifestyle photography in Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill NC.

 

Commercial Photo Shoot - Raleigh, NC

Now that the product has been released I can post some images from our recent photo shoot forDOXIE

Doxie is a really cool portable scanner that you can use to scan documents anywhere. The brief was for lifestyle photography in a setting similar to a coffee shop. It would have been difficult to do this shoot in a local Starbucks so my good friends from Trali Irish Pub stepped in and let me use some of their space. We hired 3 models to give us some different looks. The shoot lasted a few hours and our clients were pleased with the outcome. Here are a few images from the shoot that are being used in their ad campaign.

Food Photography Raleigh NC

Last week I was given the opportunity to do some photography for a new restaurant that is opening in Raleigh soon. Iyla’s Southern Kitchen will be located in downtown Raleigh’s Morgan Street Food Hall & Market at 411 West Morgan Street.  The restaurant will be homemade Southern cooking by Chef Greg Nelson.  Some of the wonderful menu items will be Shrimp & Grits, Fried Chicken & Waffle Sandwich, Smoked Cheddar Mac & Cheese with Pulled Pork, Collard Greens & BBQ Sauce Drizzle and Loaded Tots with Pimento Cheese. Here are some of the photos that were taken........

Architectural Photography - Charlotte

I really enjoy doing architectural photography as it often gets me to think out of the box a bit and it takes my back to my first attempt at photographing buildings for college projects. This project was to shoot interiors for a commercial furniture company called Allsteel in Charlotte. The shoot actually took place at an architect firm's office - ADW. The idea was to promote the company's furniture in a real working space. We shot a mixture of the space with and without people. I've recently started to enjoy adding people to building photography as I think it adds another dimension to the photography. It also shows the lifestyle that people can enjoy in the space. Here are some of the photos from the commercial photography project in Charlotte NC.