It has been a while since our last post…
Economic downturn seems to make a lot of people realise that that the one thing which matters in this world is Family’s Love….
We are glad that our booking is ever increasing in this difficult time and we are glad that people are turning their focus on their family nowadays.
At Tomato Photo, we spend a lot of time researching, improving our service, our image, and the whole experience. It will always start with a friendly email, a relax shoot, intense post processing and attention to detail in our deliverables.
What we offer is beyond “just another” photo session… we create artwork for you to enjoy for years to come and perhaps something that you may pass down for generations?
At Tomato Photo, we employ no discount policy because we do not compromise our work. Also we do not wish to offend anyone by having double standard in pricing as well as our quality of work.
The thing is, with discount, it is almost like asking our graphic designer to do half the job and giving us the design for TOMATO without the PHOTO… somewhat like asking us to just click… without putting heart and soul to feel and explore possibility to capture the special moments for our clients.
In business, it is difficult to say no to a commission work… however, deep down it is harder to blind ourselves by producing substandard work for our clients by cutting corners due to reduced price.
For many of our clients who understand why we are in this line of work, it is not because of just making a living, but it is a passion which keeps us going.
We thank you and are grateful to hundreds of our clients who are always behind us, supporting and pushing us for more.
We are also feel that we are unable to source a lot of better products locally to increase the whole Tomato Photo experience. We have been searching high and low and unfortunately, we need to import majority of our quality deliverables from overseas.
2009 will be a very interesting year as there will be a lot of changes at Tomato Photo…. for better of course.
Last but not least, no matter how things change, the one thing that do not change is “love”.