3 quick advices for better restaurant marketing by Commercial Food Photographers

Branding is expensive, if you don’t know what you are doing. Without further delay, let us recommend you the best practice in running a restaurant business, in terms of branding. 1. Make sure your logo is the same everywhere. Believe it or not, we see a lot of inconsistent logos from our clients. There could be 3 versions or more …

5 determining factors of food photography and styling?

For us, there are 5 determining factors that decides the pricing of food photography and styling. Photoshoot Session For photographers at Food Photography Vancouver, time is one of the most important factor. We are all professoinals that are making a living by contributing our time. Time includes setup and the actual session. Depending on the complexity of the shoot, setting up …

TEISHOKU Poster Design for a Japanese Restaurant in Vancouver

Vancouver Restaurant marketing

We recently completed a poster design for a Japanese restaurant in Vancouver. The poster features Kanji, English, and professional food photography and styling. We were hoping to achieve a healthier fresh look, so in attempt of doing so, we decided to go for a white background, with wooden trays, and organic looking cloth. Here is the original before we do …

Restaurant Food Video ads for Mission Kits by Vancouver Food Photography

We had the opportunity to shoot a series of videos for this restaurant located in Vancouver. It is a high-end fine-dining restaurant that we highly recommend. The chef is super creative with the dishes and it tastes amazing. The videos’ purpose is to be used as an advertising asset on social media. Ever notice that Facebook now auto-play the videos? …

[Case Study] A Vancouver Japanese Restaurant Menu Lightbox Display Redesigned

Vancouver restaurant menu designed

Today we wanted to show our process of designing menu digital displays for a restaurant in Vancouver. Before starting any project, it is important to align our vision visually with our clients, to make sure we are on the same page. However, it is often the case that the design language used by a designer cannot be understood by the …