Lucky’s Market Architectural & Product Photography – Fox Fotography – Orange Park Business Photography

Ever since I saw the “Coming Soon” sign go up for the new Lucky’s Market in Oakleaf, I’ve been literally counting the days until they opened. It’s been probably 8 months, guys. I live in Oakleaf, and it’s an amazing area with great neighbors and lots of stores that are conveniently close, but we have been seriously missing a natural foods market! So imagine my excitement when their corporate office in Colorado contacted me a week before their grand opening to find out if I was available to take photos of the new store to be the new photos for their website overhaul.

Um, YES! Yes, I am absolutely available! Not only do I believe in what Lucky’s Market does by providing a way for local farmers and businesses to get their products in front of customers, but I love doing interior architecture and product photography.

The strategy for these images was to capture specific phrases and features of each department, so the images show off their key focuses throughout the store. For instance, when I photographed the produce section, we wanted to make sure the shot included their juice bar, their cut-in-house vegetables, and the words “local” and “organic.” These are the elements they wanted to be able to focus on when they’re creating web content for their site, so it was important for them to all be in the same shot.

I’m so excited to share theses images, but really, you need to go see the store for yourself! They have a whole list of events coming up in their store, including a “Taste of Lucky’s” event going on tomorrow, Saturday, May 25th from 11AM to 3PM. You can find out more about it here. I’m excited to take my family to check it out, because my kids are all about the samples, guys. And sometimes, you can get away with calling that their lunch. 😉

I can’t wait to see these photos on the Lucky’s Market website! I’ll be sure to share it on my Facebook page when they’re live. Speaking of which, if you’re not following me on Facebook or Instagram, why can’t we be friends? I update it a lot more than the blog, and yes, I am the nerdy business owner that reads every single comment.

Every. single. one.

Have a great holiday weekend, guys!

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  • Ashley RobersonMay 24, 2019 - 12:53 PM

    The local honey section was awesome. Both were sweet and tasted amazingReplyCancel