New Client: Rejuvenation – commercial photography update
I’m really excited to talk about Rejuvenation. If you haven’t heard of them you probably will soon enough. Rejuvenation began in 1977 in an old converted saloon in North Portland. What began as an architectural salvage shop eventually gave way to rebuilding vintage fixtures as demand grew. They were bought by Williams Sonoma in 2011 and have since become the countries largest manufacturer of authentic reproduction lighting and housewares. If you’ve never been in one of their stores you should seek one out. The quality of their products is unmatched and amazingly original. Even the most simple items are incredibly beautiful. What’s most exciting, is that they are equally obsessed with the quality of their photography as they are the product itself. As a photographer this is incredibly exciting. Take a few minutes to poke around their site and you’ll see what I mean. From the simplest of shades to the most intricate of fixtures every image is meticulously shot, scrutinized and edited. Its amazing to see a company require this level of excellence in everything they do.
These highly technical projects that i’m always excited to be a part of. Every time I get a chance to work with them my photography improves. This is the pinnacle of studio product photography and I’m incredibly grateful to be a part of it. Everyone involved are the best in their fields and its really great to work next to them.
Visit the site here.
Here’s a few screen grabs for a quick look. Really I would skip these though and just take a look around the site. You won’t be dissapointed.
New Client: Rejuvenation – commercial photography