Tuesday, February 9, 2021

The only contant is change



So I was hired to shoot packaging images for Panos Brands. This time it was yummy little crackers filled with nuts and fruit. 
I got a call about a month after shooting the job from Marty (the boss) who wanted to make sure I got paid for the job. I told him that I had and said good-by. Then I thought hummm that was a little strange so I called him back and asked what's up? He told me that their co-packers were having a terrible time making the product and it was put on hold. He just wanted to make sure that I had gotten paid for the work I did. It really is a shame because the crackers were yummy. I won't get package flats until it goes to press either. I shot these at their offices and was required to wear a mask. Ugh! Most clients send me products to shoot so this was the first time since the Covid mess that I was on location. It was a whole new experience.

 

2 comments:

clipping path said...

Man, and this whole time I thought it was a good camera and good lighting. They are talking about Building an Internal Product Photography Department; almost all of their points are clickbait.

Bill Truran Productions! said...

I shoot with my Nikon D850 and a 1968 55mm lens. I have pit away the Speedotron strobes and now light with a bunck of Godox v1's