Hills Antenna studio installationClose
Hills Antenna & TV Systems is a leading manufacturer and supplier of an extensive range of consumer products and television reception and (MATV) receiving and distribution systems throughout Australia and New Zealand and is a division of the iconic Australian listed company Hills Holdings (ASX:HIL), famous for the invention of the Hills hoist.
During discussions on comparative investment in photography, Digital Tsunami proposed the selection, acquisition and installation of photographic equipment into a suitable space on the client’s premises. This provided Hills Antenna with a adjustable backdrop, tabletop and lighting banks for shooting products on both still photography and video, delivering massive ROI.
Digital Tsunami also shot studio product photography, sourced a collection of high quality professional photographic images, provided eStrategy consultation and delivered multiple websites.
|Client:||Hills Antenna & TV Systems|
|Sector/s:||consumer goods; manufacturing|
|Scope:||studio design, acquisition, installation and training|
|Features||Pentagraph flouro banks on extendable scissor ceiling mounts, enable video and stills photography without the need for professional ballasted flash lighting|
From Our Clients
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