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Toronto Food Photographer - Food, Drink & Menu Photography

Food Photography Pricing: from $20/image

Minimum Order: $400

Includes 4 hours of time

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Launched by Performance Marketing agency growth360, Boost Shop offers a range of food photography packages & services to clients in Toronto, Canada and the US. 

We work with restaurants, CPG companies and local businesses to deliver excellent quality food & drink photography for advertising, menus, and applications such as DoorDash, Uber Eats and Skip the Dishes.

We believe in providing extraordinary experience to every client, every time. Working with Boost Shop you piece of mind to our clients as well as eye-catching photos. Boost Shop has it all to deliver excellent quality images - from professional Food Photographers to technology and process. 


Food Photography Technology & Process:

  • Move fast - our tested and effective pre-production process and communications allow us to deliver most of our projects within 7 business days.

  • Get results - good photographers take nice pictures. Best food photographers help you solve problems. As required, we involve Digital Strategists in our process to help design images that are native to the platforms you plan to use them on.

  • Participate Live - join the photoshoot live via our Virtual Studio, from wherever you are in the world. Alternatively our food photographers Toronto will be happy to perform the photoshoot in-studio or on-location. 

Let’s have a fair conversation about your goals and how to get there. Share the details of your project via the web form below and we will be in touch shortly.


  • Get in touch and share the details of your project

  • Get a quote


  • Mail-In Your Products - to our Studio, if required

  • Select Styles:

    • Shotlist  - share example of the images you like.

    • Digital Strategist Advice - get advice on how to make your images native to the platform (medium) you need them for.


  • Photoshoot - images are created according to sketches

  • Virtual Studio - join the photoshoot Live

  • Post-Production - professional look & optimize for web

    • One round of feedback included​

  • Your images are ready!

What's included*: ​

  • Minimum $400 order

  • 3 hours of in-studio shooting time

  • 1 hour of editing time

  • Background colour - pick the colour you like or go for white

  • Shadows - add $2/image

  • Style - images come in the same style for a consistent look

  • Post-production:

    • Retouching - remove dust and unwanted details

    • Colour Adjustments - if required

    • Original Files - and Photoshop, make edits in the future

    • Optimized for Web - photos come in 3 sizes, ready to use

    • Optimized for - Amazon, Shopify or eBay (request upfront)

  • One round of feedback

Food Photography Rates:

  • Additional time - $100/hr

  • On-Location Service - add $500

  • Food Stylist Services - $1,000/day

Delivery time: 7 days after your products are received.

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You Are in Good Hands!

Connect with a Strategist. Let's discuss the design and styling options to optimize your product photos to perform well online.

  • Digital Marketing & Creative Expertise - we know what you need!

  • Fast - average turnaround time is 7 days

  • Virtual Studio - participate in the photoshoot LIVE

  • Affordable Rates some of the best rates in Toronto

  • Agency Quality - professional studio & team of photographers

  • Rights - all rights are 100% yours.

 👌  We do what makes sense!

Uber Eats, SkipTheDishes and DoorDash Food Photographer

Thumb-stopping Photos for the new store front!

Amid the turbulent times and changes that came with it multiple businesses need to evolve and adapt.

When an application or your website becomes your new menu, our Food Photography services come into play.

Except for creating platform-native food photos, our services include retouching and formatting complete with originals and JPEGs in multiple resolutions. Get graphic design services at Boost Shop or have the internal team work with the easy to navigate assets, named to your internal requirements. 

Our images will work for SEO too, saving you time in the future!

Get your food menu photography from Digital Marketing & photography Experts at Boost Shop!

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GS1, Shopify, Amazon & Walmart Compliant Photography

To the tee!

Yes, we cover that. Our food photography studio can deliver high-quality and well-lit GS1 photography that is far better than what's required by the standard. 

Get our Food Photographers to do the photoshoot at your place of business or ship your products to us and participate in the photoshoot live. 

This combined with the fast turnaround times gives you an unfair advantage over the competition.

  • Product Photography Pricing
    In short, Product Photography cost is based on the amount of hours required to deliver the ready to use product. The more complex your project is, the more expensive it will be. Boost Shop's product photography pricing is heavily influenced by the following criteria and are refined for specific clients depending on the scope and complexity: Technical requirements - what does your perfect photo look like? If it's a plain product photographed from four angles, this will cost you less than an annimated image (GIF) or a complex setup created in according to your brand guidelines. Editing Requirements - while basic retouching is included in price, some more complex tasks are billed separately. If you require us to photograph your products, add shadows, apply transparent backgrounds and do colour replacement to change colours of your products, this will be more expensive than a simple photograph from a certain angle and basic retouching. Composition Complexity - how complex is your ideal photo? Is it a simple composition of a product and two props or do you require us to arrange tiny details like flower petals, spices and food? If it's a simple setup, we charge you less. Product Prep Time - we ask all our clients to prepare products for the photoshoot. However, if you need our help getting the products ready (e.g. cleaning, ironing etc.), this will cost you more. On-location or in-studio - if you need an in-studio photo, we will charge you less. However, if you require our team to be at your location, that would include transportation costs, travel time and setup time at your location. See more information over this link.
  • How Product Photography Works?
    While every project is different, here is how it generally works: Details & Examples - Share the details of your project with your Account Manager and send us a couple of examples of the ideal photo you want us to make. Quote - based on the requirements, we put together an estimate and send you a quote. Deliver the Products - deliver your products to our studio, or let us shop the products for you. Join Us Live - join the photoshoot live via our virtual studio and see the photos are they are being made. Edits + Feedback - we edit your photos to the requirements and send over for feedback. Your Photos are Ready!
  • Why is Product Photography Important?
    Product Photography is important because no matter where you post it, product photos are your store front. When a user lands on your website, their attention goes to images first (according to Shopify). When a user browses through social media websites, creative (e.g. photos & videos) is what makes them stop and read your post title (according to Facebook), not to mention product catalogues!
  • How can I Improve my Product Photography?
    If you are unhappy with your current product photography, before we start chatting, it's a good idea to get a grasp of what is it exactly that you don't like. I'd recommend looking into these areas: Styling - this includes angles, backgrounds, lighting and more. If your photos don't look and feel the way you want them too, identify what exactly is not working. Consistency - when all your product photos look different. No matter where you use your Product Photos, consistency is important. Is your Product Photos look different, maybe you should give us a call. Editing - in some cases editing is the problem. If the original photos feel better than the edited ones, maybe that's where the problem is. Equipment - when you use professional photography equipment, it shows. Camera, lighting, and other equipment makes a difference. If you do your product photography in-house, consider investing in the professional product photography equipment.

There is a lot of work.

Let's get started!

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