Studio Erameri
S tudio Erameri is a photography studio that offers product photography for web application and much more...

How can I make your images work harder for you? This is the question Tiina Erameri asks herself every time a new customer comes to her for commercial photography.

Over the years, Tiina has noticed how her clients have started to get more publicity and sell more, once their imagery has been tailored and polished to reflect the quality and values of their brand.

Tiina says:

In an increasingly digital marketplace, our attention span is forever shortening, and high impact images are the quickest way to make customers stop and take notice. My studio's first and foremost aim is to get the client more sales by projecting the high quality and credibility of their product. What makes a photographer 'commercial' is the ability to produce images the client needs in order to achieve their goals. It's not my photography, it's the client's.

The product may well be something you sell on an e-commerce website, or it could be interior design or even yourself as a brand. Standards in still-life and PR photography are rapidly rising in the UK, especially London. Anyone taking the DIY route these days will be holding themselves back from success. Great photography is a great investment because it will always give you a good return.

Studio Erameri's services are:

Product photography for ecommerce and PR:

  • Jewellery and Watches
  • Technology goods
  • FMCG (everyday consumer products)
  • Cosmetics & Health
  • Clothing and Fashion Accessories
  • Shoes
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Lifestyle product shoots on location

Interiors and Architecture Portfolio photography for:

  • Property developers
  • Interior designers
  • Joiners, Cabinet makers and Builders
  • High-end estate agents
  • Architects

Commercial Portraiture:

  • PR portraits for business personalities
  • Headshots for actors
  • Portraits for LinkedIn and social media

All services come with high-end retouching.

For more information, please visit:

W: erameri.com

Tiina Erameri – Career Biography

Tiina started learning photography from the age of 12 in her home country of Finland. She moved to the UK in 1997 to do her degree in Advertising & Editorial Photography at the Kent Institute of Art & Design (now UCA). Her career progressed rapidly as she worked on projects for Suzuki cars and Unilever.

In 2006 she joined The Art Group, where she perfected skills in colour management by working on projects that required emulated historic techniques along with photographic restoration, including recreations of Vogue magazine covers from the 1960s.

Joining Mario Testino’s company in 2007 enabled Tiina to take her career to the highest level. She worked on projects for Vogue, Vanity Fair, Dolce & Gabbana and Burberry as a retoucher.

Tiina joined The Condé Nast Publications in 2008 as in-house photographer. Liaising with art directors, stylists and editors, she would work daily for magazines such as Vogue, GQ, Tatler, House & Garden, Glamour, Vanity Fair and Condé Nast Traveller.

Tiina founded Studio Erameri in 2009, taking the skills and experience of her career to focus on her own clients.

Previous engagements:

  • Mario Testino; retoucher for: Vogue, Vanity Fair, Dolce & Gabbana and Burberry
  • In-house photographer at Condé Nast Publications for their magazines: Vogue, GQ, Tatler, House & Garden, Glamour and Condé Nast Traveller
  • Notonthehighstreet.com; photographer
  • BJB UK; photographer (Wholesale Jewellery for many high street brands)
  • Brand Agency - Ciate; photographer
  • Suzuki; Photographer and Retoucher
  • Unilever; Photographer and Retoucher
  • The Art Group; retoucher for: Tate Britain, Ikea, Habitat and The Smithsonian
  • Tapestry; retoucher for: Samsung, Selfridges, French Connection and M&S Food
  • Finnair; duty-free product photographer

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