The only thing we love more than eating ice cream is shooting ice cream photography at our Boston commercial photography and video production studio. We don’t always love to share our ice cream, but we are more than happy to share our ice cream images 🙂
It was admittedly difficult not to eat every last scrumptious bite of this hot fudge brownie sundae, but somehow our ice cream photographer managed to hold back in time to get the shot :p
Our commercial photography studio specializes in creating editorial ice cream images. We love to make the creative fun ice cream flavors pop!
Editorial ice cream photography requires a lot of patience, creativity, and self-control to not eat the delicious desserts!
With the winter refusing to give up, we’re trying to move on and warm up to something more exciting than the snow. And what’s better than some melty ICE CREAM! Let that insatiable appetite for luscious flavors and creamy textures stimulate your imagination. You will forget the cold in no time when the sensations explode, popping like fireworks from your taste buds. Your brain will instantly fall in love, as all you can think about is “ICE CREAM!” You have just been ice-creamatized!
We created these animated GIFs to illustrate that exact point – the love for ice cream never ends.
Who wouldn’t want to grab a Baskin-Robbins Polar Pizza slice after watching this!? Enjoy!
Check out the final video above!
Some of the behind the scene shots of our Baskin Robbins Polar Pizza. Took Michael and the team 3 days to shoot the sequences needed to make the cut. Each flavor was shot separately and edited in post to give that final polished look. Momentum, music, rhythm, appetite appeal, and the flow of the video are qualities that we focused on highlighting. In total there are 49 actual shots to create this 30 second video, however we took 2-3 takes per shot.
Something that looks simple in a video may be quite complex to shoot. Applying math is an indispensable way of accomplishing such a task. Image above shows how we divided up each slice and marked them numerically for an action sequence. In the final video clip, you can see the results of this kind of math in action.
At the end of the day, it is about getting the shot and getting it right. Executing creative ideas take a lot of “thinking outside the box”. This is just a casual example of the things we use to get the shots we want.
Very cool slow motion behind the scenes video of Jayna dropping the candy pieces on top of the Polar Pizza (below)! See the clip in the final Polar Pizza video at 0.07 seconds in (above).
August usually means the end of summer is approaching, so we wanted to make sure we got in some last days of ice cream tastiness at the Boston food photography studio! Things may have gotten a little messy, but isn’t that part of the fun with ice cream? Enjoy a little taste: