Medical product and medical device photography
This website highlights medical device photography by medical product and medical device photographer Richard Quindry. Rich is a commercial advertising photographer located near Philadelphia. Over the past 30 years, Rich has increasingly been called on to do close up and macro photography of medical devices. This website highlights some of his work in this specialty. Rich creates images of medical devices and medical products that increase sales. Here you’ll find samples of his medical device photography, the clients he serves, and more. The full range of his work can be seen at his primary website – Quindry.com
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Medical Device Photography
This website is provided by Richard Quindry Photography to highlight one of his specialties: medical device photography. His full website which shows the full range of his work is at Quindry.com Rich Quindry specializes in photography for advertising and marketing including the specialty of medical device photography. Widely recognized as one of Philadelphia’s finest commercial photographers, he has received international recognition for his work. For over 30 years he’s been in business providing award winning images for many local, regional, national and multi-national corporations. Clients rely on him to come through with beautiful images that help sell products, communicate quality and inspire trust. His specialty is digitally enhanced photography, where he combines his skills as a leading Photoshop expert and an internationally recognized commercial photographer to provide photographs that few other professional photographers can. Rich is so confident of his ability to provide his clients with the results that they want that he backs it up with a 100% no-risk satisfaction guarantee. You only have one chance to make a first impression and much of the time that will come from the images that you use on your website, in your mailer or at your trade show booth. Face it, the images that your company uses affect the perceptions of potential buyers about both the quality of your products and the quality of your brand. Because we buy with our eyes, better photos always win, it’s only a question of who has them.