Commercial, Brand, and Product Photography Utah

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You’ve worked SO hard to create your business! You have created an amazing product (or a lot of amazing products). You’ve made an etsy shop, an Amazon listing, or even your own website. But you just aren’t satisfied with the way your product is being presented to your customers online. Maybe you can’t portray the feeling you want in your product photography, or you need some help with content creation and elevating your brand. Or maybe you just want more consistency in your brand photos. Well, good news! I’m Kashele, and I’m here to help you with all your commercial product photography woes!

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Pricing and Packages

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Businesses need a variety of types of photography for their marketing and advertising. From white listing photos to styled flatlays, all the way up to modeled or lifestyle photography. I have packages to meet whatever your needs may be. I also offer lower rate monthly subscription services (3+ months commitment).

All Packages Include:

Ideal customer, brand aesthetic, content strategy, and session design consult
Clean, natural edits to show the true-to-life colors for a cohesive visual brand identity
1-year commercial use license for social media and your website. Images are delivered in high resolution.

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The Full Line

This full-day session can fit up to 40 products and a final gallery of 120 images to photograph your entire line! Display all your products with a consistent brand aesthetic that speaks to your ideal customer. Your choice of listing photos, styled flatlays, and/or modeled/lifestyle images give you everything you need to launch your line. $1200/month or $1500 one-time

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The Standard

This is the perfect package for the small business that needs a little help with content creation and social media! This half-day session with 25 final images of your choice gives you one month of content when you post every weekday. Make it easy to create a beautiful, cohesive, curated feed for your business! Listing photos, styled flatlays, and/or modeled/lifestyle images included. $650/month or $800 one-time

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The STarter

If your business is just starting out or you have a small selection of products, this package might be the right fit for you! Select your 5 favorite listing photos and/or styled flatlays from your one-hour session to elevate your brand. $299/month or $350 one-time 

**Add modeled photos for $100/session**

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How does it work?

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  1. Reach out through the contact form at the bottom of this page, and I’ll send you my Branding Guide. We will discuss your brand, products, and photography needs so we can create the perfect images to represent your brand.
  2. Mail your selected products to Kashele Photography along with a prepaid return label.
  3. Select your favorite photos from the contact sheet, and I’ll create an electronic gallery for you to download the high resolution images.
  4. Your products will be mailed back with your prepaid return label unless you choose to save return postage by donating them to the studio for styling of portrait sessions and flatlays for non-competing brands (collaborations).
“What a great experience!! Kashele delivered the most amazing photos, and I’m beyond impressed with her creative abilities. She was able to work with a newborn and get the most adorable poses.”

– CAROL L.

Thank you so much for reaching out! I can’t wait to connect!

I want to hear about your brand! What feeling do you want your brand to invoke? Who are you trying to reach with your marketing? What are your goals? Tell me all all about it!

Which type of commercial session are you interested in?
The Full LineThe StandardThe Starter

How did you hear about me?