Montreal Headshot Photographer - Vadim Daniel Toronto Corporate Headshots

Commercial & Advertising Photography

With almost 20 years of commercial photography experience under our belt we have photographed assignments ranging from e-commerce to advertising; from catalogs and brochures to editorials. We provides full service from digital photography  to post-production and retouching. A photoshoot can be performed at our studio or on-location at your space if necessary (with all studio equipment brought on-location).


product shots for marketing & graphic design
e-com photography for amazon
focus stacking photography
product photography solutions with in-studio and on-location service
lifestyle advertising photography
ecommerce photography
editorial product photography
in-house retouching and image manipulation

Our speciality

Our studio specializes in providing clean, detail-rich digital product photography, and we don’t charge sky-high prices for it. Most of our clients need us for catalogs, e-commerce, websites, brochures, line sheets, advertising, advertorials, and trade magazine ads – in short, anything that needs frequent and affordable updating.


We are capable of working with all types of products and all levels of projects’ complexities. It doesn’t matter if you are a big name company or just a start-up, or if you need to photograph just one item or hundreds of products at once – we definitely can help you!

You ship it, I shoot it!

Just ship your products to our Montreal studio, we will shoot and edit them here, then we ship them back to you, maybe… :)

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Focus Stacking Photography


Focus stacking is a technique in digital photography that captures a set of images at multiple different focal points then stacked portions of these images onto a single frame to create a resulting image that is fully in focus.


We are using this technique for all of our still product photography. This technique requires a longer production time, but the results are truly worth it. Each product usually requires between 5 till 40 individual shots, with manual focus shifting between each frame.


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