FOUND, Part Two | Dunedin Florida Commercial Photographer
Happy Tuesday! I’ve been so excited for today to get here because I knew that, once it arrived, I could finally share Part Two of this commercial session with y’all! In last week’s Part One (which you can find right here), I shared the whole back story with all of you, about how a random photo walk through Dunedin turned into two incredible commercial shoots at FOUND Treasures for Living, a blossoming friendship and partnership with the shop’s lovely owner, Sarah, and the opportunity to capture more of their inventory in the future as the seasons and products change. It really is a dream come true!
And I think that one of the (many) reasons that I’m so excited about all this is because I really, truly just love the store itself! It’s small and personal and familiar-feeling somehow. The team takes their time getting to know you as a person, not rushing you to make a purchase. It’s filled with new items every time you go, so there is always something to see. It contains basically all of the items I would ever want to fill our house with, if I was that creative and imaginative 😉 It’s just plain beautiful to see in person, AND it smells amazing, thanks to their incredible candle collections! What more could you possibly want in one shop?! 🙂
If you’re interested in a commercial shoot to capture the heart behind YOUR business, I’d love to talk with you! You can email me directly! firstname.lastname@example.org
To start, here are these lovelies from Illume … I couldn’t believe how pretty they were to photograph, and couldn’t get enough of having them in front of my camera!
Now that I’ve swooned all over again for those Momentary Escape pieces, let me show you around more of the shop! These first few are from Sarah’s adorable children’s corner, a unique spot with collections just for little ones. (And yes, of course I wanted to take home ALL the little mice in tiny boxes!!! 😉 ) Following the kiddo collective is FOUND’s collection of beautifully displayed Le Cadeaux tableware!
This next gallery is the last for Post Two, and is a mix of several more of my favorite shots, including all different angles and details to give you a better idea of how the shop is laid out….until you’re able to come visit on your own, anyways 😉
PS | Be on the lookout for all the mixed media pieces like these below, created by Kerry Topjun. Love them!
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