Offering services for Rhode Island & Western Massachusetts, we can make your social media food photographs look incredible.
We work with local pubs, farms, restaurants, sandwich shops, bakeries, and food trucks. Do you sell food products? We can style the products at your location for great media shots. At Charlotte Julienne we believe that photographs tell stories by evoking emotion. We love to use photographs to tell the story of the people behind the products, making your business a brand, not just a destination.
Charlotte Julienne Food Photography will get your social media feed looking as good as it should for a very affordable price. With packages to fit every budget, we can make your photographs look as good as the food you create.
Social Media Mini Session. Thirty minutes. Numerous photographs watching the story of your business unfold. Digital photographs will be edited and returned to you the next day for your complete ownership to use on social media or for marketing purposes. Approximately 25 finished photographs. This quick package is great for showing weekly specials or highlighting upcoming events. $50
The Fifty. We will spend one and a half hours with you photographing food at your business. Food can be styled. Digital photographs will be edited and presented to you for your complete ownership to use on social media or for marketing purposes. Approximately 50 finished photographs. $150
The One Hundred. We will spend three hours with you photographing food at your business. This package includes an optional thirty minute pre-shoot consultation to ensure the day of shooting goes according to plan. Food can be styled. Digital photographs will be edited and presented to you for your complete ownership to use on social media or for marketing purposes. Approximately 100 finished photographs. $300
Photographs of evening service also available, but we suggest that food photography is best shot in natural light.
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Aimee Dewar has her MFA from Smith College. She currently writes and photographs for Westerly Food and lives in Rhode Island with her husband, two children and little dog, Lucy.