Product Photography

Product Shots, well Yeah!

The team at Easley Winery wanted us to shoot their new-look bottles for their launch and we were happy to oblige. this is one client that we don’t mind doing stock-for-work arrangements with!

Photospherix is one of the country’s leading product shot studios and whether you need stills or 360 product shots, we would love to talk to you.


Museum 360 views

360 shots are getting Archived!

The Indiana State Museum has teamed up with PhotoSpherix to create their virtual galleries. With our on-site photo studio, it was possible to produce 360 imagery without the cost or inconvenience of shipping these un replaceable products.

Click here to read the full press release by:
J. Mugele is a social networking outreach coordinator and content writer for The Indianapolis Children’s Museum and Angie’s List.


360 Hotsposts

Hotspots are all the buzz

Eva-Dry came to photospherix with a problem. Their customers loved their products, but a new customer just didn’t get it. They wanted a way to demonstrate their product online. They wanted the user to hold the product in their hands and examine it. They also needed to tell the story of how the product works. Hotspots for their 360 degree product rotations were the answer. With two or three clicks, the user knows how the product works and how to assemble the product when they receive it. This has greatly reduced Eva-Drys phone and email questions about the product as well as virtually removed product returns from lack of information.

Here is a link to 360 product view hotspots in action.


Sanyo Biomedical 360 views

Growing with every product

This project for Sanyo BioMedical is a great example of taking the technology of 3d product photography and including it into a full flash site for a new or existing product. The group at Sanyo wanted to find a way get more heat for the release of their new incubator. They come to PhotoSpherix for help getting more motion in their product display.

Here is a link to an Sanyo’s BioMedical Site.


360 view of furniture

We Keep Getting Bigger

The Work and the rigs are growing. This summer, PhotoSpherix added an 8ft platform to the list of rotation devices available in the studio. This platform holds up to 2000lbs with a rotation resolution of 48 stops per rotation. This makes it possible to get that great shot of you larger object. TV’s, refridgerators, lawn tractors even pop up tents can be shot using this new equipment.

Here is a link to an example of an oversized 360 product view.


RCA 360 Product Tours


More and more PhotoSpherix is getting requests for alternate uses of our rotational imaging. RCA request that we photograph there new line of LCD and Plasma displays. The images were used as an art element on their site. Additionally they were used in the online catalog of products.

Here is a link to the RCA site with the cutting edge technology from PhotoSpherix.


Beech Grove Web Tours

Better, brighter, BIGGER

The Emerson Avenue project in Beech Grove is now complete. We’ve updated the site with full-screen high-res panoramas — it’s the next best thing to being there, from every location and every angle.

Check the project page here:

Want to see all of Beech Grove, up close and personal? No need to walk, just kick off your shoes and enjoy the full-screen virtual tour panos here:

Brooklyn Museum Webtour

Museum-quality coding

You hear the term “museum-quality” as a reference to the top of the top, the cream of the crop. So it’s a very nice complement when a museum says that about PhotoSpherix. Matt got called in at the 11th hour to do some serious coding to keep a monster panorama up and running for the Brooklyn Museum. Not sure if he reinvented the wheel, but as far as coding for panoramas goes, it’s fine art in its own right. Have a look at the finished work, here:

Brooklyn Museum Webtour

UPDATE: The head honcho over at the Brooklyn Museum had some nice things to say about Matt and PhotoSpherix (and Jook, over at on their blog.

Check that here: Brooklyn Museum Blog


Inhabit Product 360's

From panels to pillows (and then some)

What started out as wall panels has evolved into pillows and more. We’ve mentioned the good folks at inhabit before – see the previous news note below. This time around we were asked to shoot their entire product line, including pillows, bed linens, wall pieces, and more. For the inhabit folks, it’s a way to better convey their artistic and functional products. For us, it’s an excuse to test a pillow during a well-earned nap! Here’s to a great partnership with, and a toast to more things to come. And here’s a link so you can buy some kick-ass pillows and more:


Inhabit Living 360 views

The ol’ “polar bear in a snowstorm” trick

The good folks at inhabit have some amazing interior items … many of them are nearly white and very tough to photograph normally.

That’s where we come in. Their wall panels are revolutionary, and the only way to get a sense of their style and texture is to spin ’em around, PhotoSpherix-style. Go have a look at and let us know what you think in the Forums.