Located in Plymouth, MA, Ed Nute has over 30 years of experience shooting commercial product, food and portrait photography.
Available for in-studio or on-location photo shoots, Ed can be booked by the hour, half-day and full-day.
For more information or a free quote, call 508-746-9120 or contact me
Christmas Product Photography. Christmas in August. Shooting a product photo for Cape Clogs. For their website in December. One of my oldest and best clients. I should put Christmas music on to get in the mood. Never boring here. Read More
I can’t tell you how many great restaurants have bad food photography on their websites. There is a saying, ” One great food photo is better than 12 bad food photos” You eat with your eyes first. You don’t have to shoot all the items on your menu. Just 5 or 6 great shots can tell your story. You need to grab the viewer right away and have them stay on your site. Quality food photography can do that. Read More
Product Photography is always interesting. What to leave in, what to leave out. This is a jewelry photo I did recently for South Shore Living Magazine. The jewelry was beautiful. And we didn’t what distract from that. But just sitting on a white background would be boring. Add the the driftwood and you have texture and depth. Always keeping in mind that text has to be dropped in. You want show off the product, not the props. Read More
Photographing Jewelry in the studio is always a challenge. The background can make or break the photo. This is a very simple photo. Simple studio lighting. Get in tight to show the quality of the product. Read More
South Shore Living Magazine. Photos for an article on South Shore artisans. Cool stuff. Always fun to work for this magazine. Product photos can be a challenge. Good props are a big part of the photo shoot. Read More
Shooting Industrial photos is usually pretty cut and dry. The client mostly wants good clean images of their products and factory. Nothing fancy. When I’m done with that. I usually walk around and look for something creative and different. This is from a shoot for Richards Micro Tool in Plymouth Ma. They make drill bits for medical and dentistry use. Some bits are as small as a human hair. These photos are for their website and printed catalog. Photo By Ed Nute. Read More
Shooting the 2012 Hub Pen Catalog. I’ve been shooting their Catalogs for about 13 years. Great company. Pictured is the “Ed Nute Bamboo Pen” A collectable for sure. ” Wicked Cool” Stop by my studio if you would like one. Read More