Handcrafted Furniture Photography

Even though my studio is small, I'm occasionally called upon to photograph objects that are larger than my studio can comfortably accommodate. In these instances I take my show on the road and take my studio equipment and background to their warehouse or factory and shoot there. This makes it easier for my clients because they have equipment and staff on hand to move things around if needed. It also saves them the expense of loading a truck, transporting to a studio, and having a couple of people away from the business for the day while they supervise a photoshoot. I shoot with my camera tethered to a laptop to the images can be studied and adjusted as their shot. The clients are able to give feedback on the spot and the whole photoshoot moves much more quickly and efficiently.

Great photos of their furniture are important not only for their websites, but also for sending images to retail furniture stores so people can see that they can provide for customers. 

The images below were recently shot in western Pennsylvania for a family owned furniture manufacturer. They make beautiful handcrafted furniture that is sold at craft fairs along the eastern seaboard. They contacted me because they were dissatisfied with the photographers in their region. They were all portrait and wedding photographers that lacked the knowledge, experience and equipment needed to create images of their furniture that properly captured their beauty. 

photograph of furniture for a manufacturer
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photograph of furniture by a professional photographer
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professional furniture photography by Philadelphia photographer Richard Quindry
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furniture photography by Philadelphia photographer Rich Quindry
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professional furniture photographer
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professional furniture photography
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Furniture photography by professional photographer Richard Quindry
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