In-house product studio photography for all your tools & components

Product studio photography solutions is often used to create a database of industrial items or to add depth to an e-commerce website. It's a valuable tool in quality control, R&D, and creating an archive of your items. It's also a weapon in the fight against counterfeiting. Pure players and new trends like DIY have redefined the market for parts and technical accessories in domains as varied as precision machining, construction, aeronautics, tooling, and the farming and automobile industries.

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Creating product photos and animations in-house gives you complete control over all your communication media, whether for client-facing or internal communications.

Industrial and mechanical parts, tooling, reflective objects… PackshotCreator makes in-house image production a simple, intuitive process with professional quality results.
  • Can I set up a photo studio inside an office or warehouse?
  • What are the solutions for image production?
  • How do I display every detail of large and small items?
  • How do I deal with reflections on mechanical parts and DIY tools?
  • What is the best way to organize the image production process for optimal results?
  • How can images of certain parts and components allay concerns about counterfeit goods?
Our specialists have been providing answers to questions like these on a daily basis for the past 18 years.



Studios designed for your components and tools

PackshotCreator provides a comprehensive, advanced and progressive range of equipment and services. You can use it for photography, macrophotography and product animations, taking into account differences in finish, assembly, reflective materials (chrome, steel, copper) and manufacturing standards.


Images for multimedia communication

Produce photos and animations of your tools parts and components in-house for e-commerce websites, print catalogues, brochures, central equipment purchasing, R&D or Quality Control.


Minimum space, maximum ROI

Our versatile, compact box studios will easily fit into your office, workshop or stockroom.

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  • compact, practical and automated photo machine fitting in all industries
  • small objects photography for online stores
  • technical parts ecommerce communication


ThePackshotMacro DLPackshotCreatorMini Mark IIand PackshotOne photography studios are operated by the most powerful software suite on the market.These studios let you quickly and easily create your own scripted animations of bodywork parts, lathed parts, or tooling components with PackshotCreator Software.

The PackshotCreatorR3 and its patented 360° turntable are operated by the PackshotCreatorsoftware suite. It guides you through the production process from A to Z, so you can create your own HD photosmulti-view images and 360° animations.

A 2-in-1 studio for your parts and components

  • After arranging all your items on the LuminaPad+ Mark II, photograph them in one group shot (e.g. as one car cleaning kit or tool set) then, thanks to the automatic multi-shooting option, export images of each item onto independent image files.

Product studio photography: a 360 turntable

  • With its backlit paneling, this studio, used in vertical mode with the PackshotSpin turntable, lets you create 360° animations of rims, portable compressors or 3D printers (like the 360° animation opposite).
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Shoot your items in high definition with a uniform background with no drop shadows or crop them and save them on a PNG file so you can use them on any kind of digital or print media.


With our product studio photography solutions, show a toolbox and its contents in every last detail, eliminating blur with hyperfocus technology (photo opposite). And in still photos and animations, dynamic zoom will let your visitors examine each aspect of your items in detail.

Your visuals will reproduce all the unique characteristics and product specs of your items: from their materials (chrome, plastic, copper, steel) to their finish (assembly, adjustments, soldering), not to forget their mechanics (screws, clips, threading, racks). A photo or animation combined with the 20x zoom features lets you do communicate details with no loss in resolution: logos, manufacturers’ certificates of authenticity, quality of the assembly, molding and more.


What benefits for parts and accessories?

  • Build trust with high quality images

    The progressive zoom enlarges the entire image (not just one section) to 20x, even when a technical component is 360° or 3D animated. The client can zoom in on one section of an automobile air filter, then browse the entire image without losing the degree of magnification. Research shows that the more potential customers have access to detailed interactive visuals (360° animations, Focus Stacking), the higher the conversion rate.

  • Automate your image production

    In the technical parts and components business, there can be a huge volume of products that all need to be photographed and inventoried. No matter how many items you're dealing with, PackshotCreator software let you standardize photo shoots with features like product placement assistance, memorization of batch parameters to produce uniform images of all your parts, and simultaneous export of images to multiple file formats.

  • Instantly export images to multiple formats

    With the PackshotOneClick feature, one image file can be simultaneously exported across multiple formats. You'll be able to streamline production and use the same photograph in your online store, print catalogue, advertising brochures, and databases for quality control or R&D.

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