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With another bank holiday fast approaching, we've been inspired to carry out some home DIY. The last two weeks have seen the studio welcome an array of interiors clients, kicking off with shooting bathroom taps and tiles for Bert & May. Images to follow, but in the meantime check out this styled still-life shot below by photography director Paul Downes, which is now live on Bert & May's website.
English fine lighting specialists Besselink & Jones sent in traditional lampshades and trimmings for their latest catalogue, and it was all about bed linen and swatches for Volga Linen.

Away from homewares, British fashion favourite Cath Kidston were back in the studio, with Paul capturing model e-commerce shots for their AW17 collection. Working with partners Ec2i, and stylist Bianca (supplied through Scout Management), Paul captured the preview collection of their upcoming womenswear and handbags. Watch this space for when the images go live on their site!

Elsewhere, the team photographed AW17 handbags for Ri2k, Sistaglam's latest dress drop, and Glamour magazine's top fashion picks for their August issue shopping pages.

It was then over to shooting comfy bridal shoe insoles for Alice Bow, before welcoming Boden Mini back into the studio for a four day baby and childrenswear shoot.

To top off a busy fortnight, Paul digitalized original 35m transparencies for London hairdressers Daniel Galvin. Using old copying techniques, Paul photographed the slides on a light box, creating digital copies of the originals. We spotted some very famous faces on the slides, more to be revealed on Daniel Galvin's social media!

For more information on our photography and film services, or to book in your next shoot, contact the studio.

Just when we were starting to get our heads around the fact it's already May (how time flies...), our onsite client White Stuff dropped by with an array of Christmas decorations. Yes, Christmas has already started in the studio! Mince pie anyone?

To spread the festive cheer, we've included an image below from White Stuff's 2016 Christmas campaign. Enjoy!

Alongside festive decorations, the team have been busy capturing White Stuff's AW17 mens/womenswear extras and homewares.

Continuing the interiors theme, made.com sent in their latest rugs, and it was all about tessellations, photographing a series of patterned glazed tiles for Burt & May.

Away from the studio, photography director Paul Downes had exclusive access to the new room set at Jumeirah's Carlton Tower hotel in Knightsbridge. There was no time to rest though, as Paul captured the new five star room interiors, as designed by KCA International. The new room designs, with bespoke features, will be rolled out this year. Watch this space...

Back in the studio, the team shot the latest frayed and embroidered denim for One Denim, as well as luxury handbags and purses for Ri2k.

To complete the week, Paul and photographer Lee set up for the studio for next week's model e-commerce shoot for Cath Kidston, working with partners Ec2i.

To find out more about our photography and film services, contact the studio.

It’s been a busy month in the studio, including our sixth birthday celebrations!

Alongside our regular clients, we have two exciting new clients in the pipeline.

More to be revealed, but the studio hosted a test shoot for an incredible bespoke glass client. Then after a successful meeting thanks to partners Ec2i, the team have a film test shoot lined up for an exclusive fashion brand.

Last week Made.com took over the studio, with the 3Objectives team shooting homeware and lighting over three days. The interiors theme continued, capturing cushions for returning client Volga Linen.

It was then over to Boden Mini to dominate the studio, shooting baby wear over six days in both our London and Ec2i Southend studio.

Glamour magazine sent in their top June issue fashion picks and books. Sistaglam’s latest celebrity-designed dresses arrived in the studio, and we also welcomed new client Kwan Fashion, thanks to TASK PR.

Away from fashion and interiors, the team worked with cancer support charity Macmillan, photographing merchandise for their golfing fundraising event. Find out more and register to get involved here.

With the next White Stuff drop due to arrive in the studio next week, as well as preparing for our big potential new client test shoot, we’ll be enjoying our birthday weekend before cracking back on in the studio.

To discover the 3Objectives story, read photography director Paul Downes’ blog, which we have re-posted here.

For more information on our photography and film services, contact us for rates and availability.

2017 is in full swing, and it's been a busy two weeks in the studio.

Dreaming of summer, photography director Paul Downes captured White Stuff's summer window displays at their on-site HQ, as well as spring/summer footwear back in the studio. The following week we hired out the 3Objectives studio to the White Stuff team to film fun SS17 footage for their Instagram. If you're not already following the brand on Instagram, make sure to check them out here.

Monks on Vacation delivered their 'Zighy' resort collection samples, and we received the latest dress drop from celeb-loved fashion brand Sistaglam.

Continuing the summer vibes, the team captured colourful cocktails for The Cocktail Pickers Club. Take a look at a preview shot on our Instagram here.

It was then over to Glamour magazine's favourite books for their June issue, before shooting lingerie and sleepwear for new client Ivory Rose.

Later in the week we welcomed British designer Katie Eary, photographing her brand new streetwear diffusion line 'EARY'. Continuing the best of British theme, the team captured Daniel Galvin's new 'LOVE' hair products. More to be revealed soon.

To top off a varied two weeks, retouching was completed on Anatomic Shoes' website images, and Made.com sent in their latest homeware accessories and stationary. We have our eye on a few personal favourites from the brand...

To find out more about our photography, film, and studio hire services, contact the studio.

February is the official month of love and London fashion, and there's been lots to 'heart' in the studio.

The team worked on an exclusive three day shoot, capturing match-worn shirts for the new Tottenham Hotspurs FC book, through Vision Sports Publishing. The venture was headed up by author and shirt collector Simon Shakey. Follow Shakey on Twitter for more updates.

From football to fashion, the Boux Avenue team came by the studio, thanks to Ec2i, with photography director Paul Downes shooting styled still-life shots of their summer lingerie, nightwear, and swimwear. We've included an image below, from a previous shoot with the brand.

Raishma Couture sent in their latest elegant dresses, thank to TASK PR, and we welcomed new lingerie brand Ivory Rose into the studio, as well as Truffle Social's exciting new client, more details to follow.

The team finished retouching Anatomic Shoes Look Book images. Make sure to check out Anatomic's website, with all model and still-life imagery by 3Objectives.

It was then over to Glamour, shooting books for their 'Obsessed' feature, perfumes and clothing for 'Hot List', as well as top picks for their May issue shopping pages.

White Stuff sent in lounge wear for their wholesale catalogue, and it was all about the graphic florals for Sistaglam.

For more information on our photography and film services, contact the studio.

With the Chinese New Year starting tomorrow, there's lots to celebrate.

The team captured a bespoke Gif for Hunter's Chinese New Year 'red envelope' promotion, and with 2017 being the year of the rooster, we even have our very own cockerel connection...

Vision Sports Publishing (VSP) will be producing Tottenham Hotspurs F.C.'s exclusive memorabilia book, all still-life imagery by 3Objectives. Watch this space for further details.

In the meantime, Photography Director Paul Downes was out on location this week for VSP, capturing Leander Club's rowing history. Leander's Club is the most historic, prestigious and successful rowing club in the world, with its athletes having won 125 Olympic and Paralympic medals.We've included behind-the-scenes images below, from our two day shoot at Henley.

If all this doesn't give you your sporting fix, the studio also worked with VSP on the still-life photography for their forthcoming release to honour the Harlequins' 150th anniversary. Pre-order your copy here.

Back in the studio, we continued shooting men's and womenswear for White Stuff's SS17 wholesale catalogue.

Glamour magazine sent in their top fashion and accessory picks for April issue's Shopping pages, and it was all about party dresses for Jessica Wright's latest Sistaglam drop.

The team photographed incredible evening wear for new client Raishma, (thanks to TASK PR), as well as a mannequin shoot for Renart Design for Jeff Banks' menswear promotion.

The studio's model and still-life images have now gone live on the Cath Kidston, Anatomic Shoes, Boden, and Genus' websites. Make sure to check out our images.

Next week, we'll be shooting more studio shots for Anatomic Shoes. In the meantime, you can have an insider peek from our model location shoot for the brand in their latest blog.

With 2017 kicking off to a great start, we also have two secret test shoots in the pipeline, with our partners Ec2i. More to be revealed...

If you'd like to try out our services, contact Paul to arrange your own complimentary test shoot, whether for still-life or model photography.

Despite the tube strike, rain, and snow, we've been beating the January blues in the studio this week (including news of a very special royal connection).

The week kicked off with an e-commerce model shoot for returning client Genus Gardening.

Photography Director Paul Downes captured model and Scout Management founder Rosie Meckiff Mengel wearing the brand's latest technical gardening tops and trousers, as styled by Genus founder Sue. Preview images to follow, but in the meantime you can check out behind-the-scenes images on our Twitter and Instagram.

The White Stuff takeover continued in the studio, shooting SS17 wholesale and press images, with more products due to arrive next week.

Glamour magazine sent in colours and stripes for their April issue, and the fashion theme continued with confirmation the studio will be shooting mannequin shots for new couture client Raishma, thanks to TASK PR. We have our fingers and toes crossed to also secure a new jewellery client through the fashion PR agency. Watch this space...

Elsewhere, our model image of Scout Management founder Rosie (again snapped by Paul) featured in a Mail Online editorial feature for client Lacorine. Royal favourite Kate Middleton was spotted wearing one of Lacorine's luxury grey hats. Read the full story and check out 3Objectives' image here.

Next week Paul will be over at pre-press partners Ec2i, to discuss developing the partnership and future projects. If you haven't already, discover more of Ec2i's service offerings here.

For more information on our photography and film services, contact the studio.

We're getting back into full swing, ready for another great year ahead.

It was time to prepare the studio to welcome back our clients after the festive holidays. Sistaglam sent in TOWIE star Jessica Wright's latest dresses, and we received a fashion drop from Glamour magazine.

Photography Director Paul Downes was out on London location with multi-media partners Kube, shooting Anatomic Shoes' SS17 footwear catalogue and web images. Model Jamie, and stylist Jemima from Scout Management, were back with the team, and luckily the winter sun made an appearance! Preview images to follow. Watch this space...

British retailer Boden confirmed their next fashion still-life shoot for next week, and it was time to set up the studio ready for our model e-commerce shoot with gardening wear client Genus. Scout Management founder Rosie Meckiff Mengel will be modelling for the brand, with Paul behind the lens.

For more information on our photography and film services, or to discuss your 2017 image needs, contact the studio.

Here's to a cracking year!

With Christmas just around the corner, the 3Objectives elves have been busy at their Kennington HQ.

Onsite neighbours White Stuff dominated the studio. The team captured still-life shots of the brand's SS17 clothing, accessories, and footwear, as well as completing retouching of their homeware images. Photography director Paul Downes then headed up to White Stuff's head office, to photograph the next set of store window displays.

Sistaglam sent in their latest celeb-designed collections, and the womenswear takeover continued, shooting fashion for Glamour magazine and British retailer Boden.

British heritage brand Hunters dropped off their seasonal wellington boots, to be captured by photography director Paul for a new promotional web banner.

It was then time to prep the studio for Ketchum PR's upcoming two day shoot with Scout Management stylist Jemima. Thanks also to Scout Management stylist Ian for his help with the set-up, which included a rather impressive 17 mannequin builds.

After a crazy busy week, the team celebrated the festive season with a Christmas curry night in East London. It was a fun evening celebrating another year for 3Objectives, topped off by a guest appearance by Red Managing Editor Merrick Cassanova (big thanks for the bottle of Moet!).

We're here right up until Christmas Eve for those last minute photography and film requests. The studio then opens again bright and early on Tuesday 3rd January.

We're already shooting for Valentines (with a ring of Love Hearts sweets for Cedar Communications), so it's never too early to plan your next shoot. To book in with Paul and the team, contact the studio.

A very Merry Christmas and joyful New Year to all our clients, old and new. We appreciate your support, and here's to a smashing 2017.

Richard Taylor Designs lit up the studio this week, capturing bespoke designer lighting, including one incredible handmade chandelier (previous image below).

Party dresses were then at the ready, shooting ex-TOWIE star Jessica Wright’s latest collection pieces for Sistaglam, before moving on to the ‘The Girl’ fashion feature for ELLE magazine’s February issue.

Onsite neighbours White Stuff kept us on our toes, capturing fashion and homeware for their press and PR images. Outside of the studio, Photography Director Paul Downes headed upstairs to the brand’s Head Office, to photograph their SS17 store window designs.

Paul was out again later in the week, to meet partner Nic from multi-media and design company Kube. Paul and Nic headed to East London to carry out a location house recce for Anatomic Shoes’ next SS17 shoot. More to be revealed…

It was then back to the studio for Paul to capture Universal Music’s brand new Island Records beers, soon to be available at UK festivals.
To top off the week, our follow-up shoot with previous gardening wear client Genus was confirmed for the New Year. Photography by Paul, and modelled by Scout Management founder Rosie Meckiff Mengel.

With Ketchum, Boden, and Michael Kors booked in for next, it looks set to be busy in the run up to Christmas. To book in your 2016 or 2017 slot, contact the studio. We’re here right up until Christmas Eve!