Often funeral flowers get made and go out so quickly there's barely time for a quick snapshot before it's out the door. The pictures are usually rough around the edges, but at least they are what we actually do and not out of some generic catalog. So I'm trying to get some better pictures of our sympathy flowers for funerals.
I made some sample flowers last week and photographed them two ways - once against a white backdrop, and another shot in an environmental setting.
Which presentation do you think customers would prefer to view? I find the ones against the white background a little less warm than the ones against the stone steps, but they also show more detail.
Which way would be the most helpful to the customer, especially considering the trying circumstances?