One of the great advantages of using 3D product images over traditional photography is that a single piece of geometry can yield many different digital assets. For example:
- A single model or SKU could have a shot list including:
- In addition, more product variations could result from:
- Finishes and color options
- Variations for different Brands
- Special versions for Channel Partners
Once we have the 3D assets, they can also be used in photo integrations, 3D set shots, and even product animations.
Best Practice: Creating multiple outputs at the same time increases efficiency and can potentially lower your overall costs. Take the time to consider the different imagery you might need for you and your channel partners. Of course, if you find you need additional images later, those can easily be added to your project.
In this basic example we worked with Symmons on a new faucet where one file resulted in three outputs, showcasing the different finishes available.
Benefit: With 3D images, you can ensure that all of your product shots have the same angle, lighting, and brand consistency you are looking for.