Packshots are great for
  • Quality Packshots at affordable prices
  • Getting clean packshot photography on a white background
  • Use in catalogues, brochure, direct mail and e-commerce sites
  • Providing print/reproduction ready images
  • Request a quote for your packshots online
Why Packshot People?
  • 48 hour turnaround
  • Free online secure viewing
  • Free next day download facility
  • Free proof of print images
  • Proof your images in a secure area
Collection & Delivery

With our packshot prices starting at as little as £7.99 each, the more products you photograph, the cheaper it gets.

Simply choose whether you require any clipping path or image effect services and we'll do the rest.

Why not consider our Image Manipulation or Creative Photography services for adding extra creative elements to your packshot?

What does it cost?

Photo costs

No. of photos Cost (each)
1000+ Photos £9.99
500+ photos £10.99
250+ photos £11.99
100+ photos £13.99
50 - 99 photos £15.99
36 - 49 photos £17.99
26 - 35 photos £19.99
16 - 25 photos £21.99
11 - 15 photos £23.99
6 - 10 photos £30.99
2 -5 photos £39.99
1 photo £64.99
Quick quote
No. of photos required:
Image quality

Is Low Res Photography right for you?


  • From *4.99 per image with a minimum of 20 images
  • For web images and referencing, perfect for eBay users


  • No amendments
  • Not recommended for metal, reflective items or glass
  • Not recommended for advertising as this is not the quality of our standard service
  • No clipping paths
  • Provided at 567x720 px 72 dpi
  • No retouching included
  • Standard not tailored lighting
  • Products returned after shoot
To select our Low Res Photography Option please agree to our restrictions by checking the box.
Clipping Paths?
What is a clipping path?

Simple -

Up to a six sided object, e.g. mobile phone

- £2.79

Standard -

Multiple sided object, e.g. table and chairs

- £3.99

Complex -

Many different sides and angles, e.g. mountain bike

- £7.49

If the products vary in complexity please choose standard clipping path.
Image effects?
Please add suitable clipping paths first.
What are image effects?

Drop Shadow - Insert a shadow beneath your item. - £4.99

Invisible Mannequin - Show off clothing in three dimensions, free of any distractions. - £4.99

Reflections - Insert a reflection onto your item. - £4.99

Clipping path costs

Simple £2.79

Up to a six sided object, e.g. mobile phone

Standard £3.99

Multiple sided object, e.g. table and chairs

Complex £7.49

Many different sides and angles, e.g. mountain bike

Do you want the highest quality packshots at some of the most competitive prices? If so, then we can help you here at The Packshot People. We now have a budget pricing structure in place for the packshots you require.

What is a clipping path?

A clipping path isolates a photographed object from its background. Using a clipping path is useful when a packshot is to be placed on a different colour, or on top of another image. Effectively a clipping path allows anything within the path to be seen; anything outside of it is excluded. For any more information on clipping paths call to speak to one of our packshot photographers.

Image effect costs

Drop Shadow £4.99 Insert a shadow beneath your item. Click here for a sample.
Reflections £4.99 Insert a reflection onto your item. Click here for a sample.
Invisible Mannequin £4.99 Show off clothing in three dimensions, free of any distractions. Click here for a sample.

What are image effects?

Image effects are techniques applied in post-production to improve a photograph. They are useful for showing items at their optimum, or for highlighting them against backgrounds. For any more information on image effects call to speak to one of our packshot photographers. 

Delivery Costs

Delivery by secure courier £12 per box up to 10kg

We hope you have found the information above helpful with regards to the packshots you will receive from us. If you have any questions, then please do not hesitate to get in contact. 


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Latest post: 29/03/2017

Review of The New Fuji Medium Format GFX 50S

 The New Fuji Medium Format GFX 50S Murray Laidlaw

Last September Fuji announced their entry into the medium format market at Photokina, possibly the biggest photo-show in the world held every two years in Koln, Germany. It is the place to find all the photographic manufacturers under one several roofs.

The new camera has a 50-megapixel sensor, now considered by many to be the minimum for a medium format camera. The sensor is not made by Sony; unlike those used by Phase One, Hasselblad and Pentax. Fuji have remained tight lipped about the source but it is a 51.4mp sensor measuring 43.8 x 32.9, the same size as the competition and significantly larger than a full frame DSLR – roughly 1.7 times larger.
Fuji have established a great reputation for the quality of their images with top quality optics and their “X processors”, this camera uses the “X processor pro” similar to the one used in their flagship APS-C camera the X-T2.

The GFX differs from the competition in having a mirrorless viewing system; this helps to reduce overall weight and more importantly moving parts resulting in less “mirror slap” or the effect the mirror has on exposure when the mirror flips up and down in front of the sensor. Fuji says that this gives a measureable improvement in image quality. Trying the camera I wasn’t sure that the refresh rate was any quicker than if there had been a mirror.
The camera is supplied with a detachable EVF (electronic viewfinder) and there is an optional rotatable viewfinder that goes a long way towards providing a waist-level style of viewing.
Fuji have considerable experience in developing EVF systems, this is certainly their best and possibly the best I have seen, maybe as good as an optical system.

The first thing you notice about the camera is the weight, around 950 grams (body only) about the same as a Canon 5D III. The lens are similarly not as heavy as you might expect with the standard 63mm lens tipping the scales at 405 grams, significantly lighter than a 50mp Hasselblad H6D and 80mm lens at over 2000 grams.

Fuji GFX-50 c/w 120mm macro lens

FUJI have produced an amazing product and there are far too many features to list here but the articulated LCD screen is worth mentioning along with the ability to choose the focus point using the joystick on the back. If you have an X-series camera you will be familiar with the technique. In the hand it feels very natural, like a bigger DSLR and the controls will immediately feel familiar to any FUJI X user.
However the clincher is the price, the body is retailing at £6,199 with the standard 63mm lens coming in at £1399. Also available are the 120mm macro shown above and a 32mm – 64mm zoom.

Three more lenses are slated for release in 2017, a 23mm f4, 45mm f2.8 and a 110mm f2. These equate to 18mm / 36mm / 87mm in 35mm format.

A final word of warning, once you have held it, fired the shutter and looked through the EVF be prepared to start saving because this camera is very desirable.

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