Photography Studio or Photo Machine?

Jessica Washington · April 6, 2010 · Short URL:

Hire Professional 3D Product Photography Studio or Buy a 3D Photo Office Machine?

We have been asked this question by one of our clients. Both approaches have their advantages and disadvantages depending on your requirements. One of the most obvious advantages of hiring a 3D photography studio is that it gives you total flexibility of shooting any product that you may have. 3D office machines are limited to shooting only smaller products for both base and top models.
Many online retailers are under the mistaken impression that they can save a lot of money by purchasing the 3D office photo machine and do 3D photography in-house. The price for these so-called office photo copiers can be as much as $17,000 for the higher-end models. After setup and testing, these retailers often end up frustrated, regretting buying the system because it simply does not produce the perfect spin required for quality presentation. In some cases the software is not user friendly. Another difficulty for these online retailers is the difficulty of implementing 360-degree product viewer onto their web site.
At a professional 3D photography studio, you will have a team consisting of an account executive, photographer, creative designers, and web developers. Here at MediaSpin360 we provide top quality professional commercial photography for any type and size of product, from an earring to a motorcycle. We ensure that you have the best 360-degree product photography presentation for your online products. Another big advantage of having a professional studio by your side is that all you have to do is send in your product and in a matter of days you have 360-degree product presentation on your website.
A great online product presentation is the key to retail success. Making the right decision on 3D product photography will save you time and make you money.
Stereo Receiver Photographer by MediaSpin360 using the latest robotic photographic equipments

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