Project Spotlight: In-N-Out

Store front of an In N Out restaurant

Snapwire’s October project spotlight goes to our client, In-N-Out. In-N-Out Burger is an American staple to high-quality fast food. Quality is everything to them and they needed Snapwire to provide just that.

In-N-Out created a brief for Snapwire’s global network of professional photographers. The brief stated an array of images showcasing the exteriors of In-N-Out’s buildings. The technical requirements of these images needed to be landscape, natural lighting, eye-level angle, and a neutral to deep depth of field.

On behalf of the Snapwire team, In-N-Out is a huge brand to work with and we are thankful to assist them and continue providing visual content worldwide.

Here are a few of our favorite submissions:

Exterior of In N Out restaurant

Dan Hood

 

In N Out drive thru

Dan Hood

 

exterior of In n Out building

Japhy Altenhein

 

In n Out restaurant exterior

Japhy Altenhein

 

In N Out outdoor dining area

Robin Fadtke

 

Store front of an In N Out restaurant

Robin Fadtke

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