Toronto Food Stylist & Food Photography Service following GS1 Standards
On-Location GS1 Food Service Photography Rates:
- Free on-location service for projects over $1500
- $30 per image + HST
- Service includes on-location or in-studio photography service, image editing following GS1 Canada standards and file submission.
Jules Design is not affiliated with GS1 Canada or ECCnet. We are an independent photography contractor offering food service imaging
Jules Design is a leading Toronto Food Stylist & Food Photography Service following GS1 Standards.
We are a Toronto Food Photography company serving some of Canada’s largest food brands.
We offer in-studio and on-location food photography. Our service repertoire includes catalogue food photography following GS1 Canada ECCnet standards, document preparation, editing and file submission.
For clients seeking a Toronto restaurant food photographer for prepared foods, we offer food-staging services. We have partnerships with some of Canada’s leading food stylist; however, for budget-sensitive clients, we have an offer the capabilities to do it ourselves with quite effectively and excellent results.
Our approach to food photography is multi-faceted. Before the food photography session, we will interview you to understand the project scope. By understanding your applications, we can produce food photography content that coincides with your business needs.
Clients may seek to use the food photographs as a lifestyle image for menus or with changeable functionality for dynamic billboards to promote various combo combinations. Regardless of your needs, we will explore creative possibilities with you that you may not have considered.
Why should you use Jules Design vs. a Creative Agency?
There are two good reasons to circumvent an agency when doing a food photography project:
- Agencies are an added expense layer to the project. And since we are skilled at managing the project, an agency will only add cost and bureaucracy in the project’s undertaking
- It is our experience that agencies bring very little value to a photography project. In short, they don’t know photography as we do and they often hinder the creative development between the photographer and client. The best solution is not to get them involved.
For your next Toronto food photography project or GS1 Canada Food Service Imaging initiative contact Jules Design
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