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360˚ Product Photography


360˚ product photography goes by many names: rotating product photography, interactive product photography, click and drag photography, etc. By carefully taking many photos of an object and compiling them into one, feature rich, animation, customers are able to interact with your product.


We are one of the few companies in the US who can say that they have nearly 10 years experience in this field. We've been around long enough to see this style evolve from GIFs, to Flash, to HTML5.


Our work can be seen across the web. We were the first 360 product photography company to be featured by National Geographic in their Adventure App. We've had the opportunity to work in the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History where we were invited to give a talk on digital imaging techniques. Consumer companies like LG, Verizon Wireless, Sol Republic, and countless others have relied on our expertise.


Prices start at $45 per product.


If you would like to see more of our examples, please follow the link to our main 360˚ product photography page.

Standard Product Photography


This type of product photography would be what you find on Amazon, in catalogs, or on websites. Our isolated product photography can be clipped to complete white, transparent, or any other color or background you wish.


We have handled products as small as 1/4" clear up to oversized French door refrigerators and furniture.


We also handle smaller commercial work such as the example to the right. Currently, we're limited by our studio size but can always procure space if need be.


Prices start at $15 per image and include full resolution files and editing.


If you would like to see more of our examples, please follow the link to our main product photography page.

Brownewell Photography primarily works in wedding photographyand 360 product photography. Based in Elkhart, Indiana, our service areas include wedding photography in South Bend, Niles, Goshen, Mishawaka, Elkhart, and the surrounding areas but are always open for travel. All photos on this site are copyrighted by Brownewell Photography.