The individual parts of this flyer were printed on glossy paper, and mounted to foam board or chip board. Then, the layout was recreated on a tabletop and photographed from above, lit with a single overhead softbox light.
On this design, the snowflakes in the foreground were printed on heavy stock and cut out. They were strung from above and photographed in front of a blue background with additional snowflakes. The photograph was imported into InDesign for final layout.
These signs were created in InDesign to remind employees in a fun way to swipe their security badges when entering the call center. The illustrations were drawn with ink and marker, then photographed in front of a printed wood grain background image.
Basic photography with tripod, 3 light setup, and solid background. Image was enhanced in camera raw on Adobe Bridge.
I set up a table setting to imitate a restaurant and photographed it with a blank sheet of paper as the invite. Then, I designed an invitation in InDesign and placed it in perspective in Photoshop where the blank sheet was. The invitation was also sent later to the client as an interactive PDF with clickable links for the email address and website.