New York City Product Photographers

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The Top New York City Product Photographers, 2021

Browse these top-rated Product photographers from New York City, NY.

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Tim V.
New York City
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Timothy Voytek is a N.Y.-C.T. based professional photographer who specializes in commercial and editorial lifestyle, still life, food, fashion and interiors. For over 20 years the love of image creation has been evident in his work as a photographer, painter and digital artist.

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Stamati B.
New York City
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Stamati Boundouris is a photographer born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. Stamati started his journey in photography about 8 years ago and has not looked back since. He is a full-time freelance photographer with years of knowledge and passion. His company specializes in events like weddings and such. Being that Stamati has a passion for art and creativity, he never wanted to limit his capabilities behind the camera. Along with thousands of events under his belt Stamati has also been contracted to shoot automobiles, food, clothing, shoes, products of all kinds, architecture, real estate, even newborns! Wherever he finds the opportunity to express himself and develop his craft.

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Clarita A.
New York City
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Clarita Alave has always had an interest in photography, ever since she was a child. It wasn't until 2016 though that she truly started to hone her skills as a photographer. She attended the International Center of Photography School (ICP). It was here that she learned how to work with a DSLR camera and began experimenting almost exclusively in manual mode. In addition, she became proficient in post-processing images using programs such as Adobe Lightroom and Adobe photoshop. Furthermore, she has been gaining experience working with off-camera flash. Clarita started out shooting landscapes but eventually found that she preferred shooting portraits. She is currently focusing on high fashion, weddings and events, and family portraits. She has attended a number of workshops throughout NYC, Boston, and San Francisco. These workshops focused on a wide array of topics, such as, how to style a wedding, how to manage a photography business, the legal side of a photography business, how to take headshots, handling difficult clients/how to direct models, and how to properly use a flash for both men and women. Clarita is taking her lifelong love of photography and implementing it in ways that are positive for both her and her clients.

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Jay H.
New York City
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camera Nikon D800, Nikon D90, Mamiya 645e, Nikon FM2

Jenna Houston was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan and graduated from Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Art with a focus in photography and videography. Jenna now works as a freelance photographer and artist having received several awards and grants to continue photography and loves doing portrait shoots, wedding & event photographs, and headshots. Jenna works in the greater Pittsburgh region but accepts select work in Cleveland, Frederick, and other surrounding areas. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions or projects! Select Clients: Barron’s Magazine, The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Mellon University, Cornell University

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Gabriel A.
New York City
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Gabriel Antoine is a professional photographer with 18 years experience shooting portraits, still life, landscape, fashion look books, product line sheets, product shots and fashion videos. Some of his past and present clients includes Phase One Music, Perry Ellis, Penguin, Ernest Alexander, Descendants of Theives, etc.

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Annemarie B.
New York City
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camera Canon EOS 1Dx, Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Annemarie runs a veteran owned and Long Island company recognized for unique photography and videography. ​Annemarie is an Emmy & Telly Award winning media professional with over 20 years of experience in photography and video producing / editing and videography.

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Featured photographer in New York City

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How did you get started with photography

Having studied film and frustrated by the reality of working in the film industry, a friend was shooting for a real estate start-up and suggested I give it a try. I took to it naturally and then read every book and watched every video I could find on photography. Though my jobs and networking I was able to meet new clients who referred me to others and within 6 months I was able to quit my job in film and pursue professional photography full time.

What do you love about your job?

I love using technology to help someone realize their vision. I do love to capture light and life in my own personal projects when I travel but when I work with clients, I feel as though I am helping them communicate something visually that they cannot articulate themselves. It's a thrill when can exceed a client's expectations and hear them say "that's better than I imagined!"

What are some of your favorite places in New York City to take photographs?

There's something fascinating about the streets in NY that curve, or hit an end. Cherry Street and Gay St are two examples. I grew up in Los Angeles and would tour the movie studios and all of the "New York" or cityscapes they built had streets that curved as a visual trick to make audiences think they were in New York (and so they wouldn't have to build miles of fake streets). I find it so interesting to see these curves, or dead-ends (in a city that is quite grid-like) and not know what's beyond the edges of the corner.

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New York City Product Photography Statistics

Average Product job star rating4.8
New York City Product photography jobs per day118
Average length of Product photography job (hours)4.0
Product Photos taken per hour in New York City1,183
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