Jeremy Kohm


Jeremy Kohm

Jeremy Kohm | Toronto, Canada

email[at] | +1 (416) 826-2464

Q&A with Jeremy

How did you get into taking pictures for a living?

I was living in Japan and me and my friends bought some film cameras so that we could document our experiences both in and out of the water. After reading a couple of books and practicing the theories I was hooked. The hobby quickly became a career.

Tell me about your 360º photography studio setup! For starters, what kind of camera do you shoot with?

I shoot with a Canon 5D mark 2 and use L-series lenses.

What type of products are you particularly good at creating 360º views of? Do you have a specialty?

No specialities.

Describe your ideal client for shooting a 360º view.

I like clients that are great collaborators and are passionate about their product. It’s great when you and your client have equal enthusiasm for what you are doing – it creates a tremendous environment and really shows in the end product. 

For 360º photography, do you prefer shooting in high volume or low volume?

I’m somewhere in the middle. I enjoy getting a good rhythm going but like to spend the time to ensure that each product and its details looks the best it can so that ultimately both me and my client are happy with the end product.

What kind of things do you do for fun? You know, outside of work?

I am a surfing and film junkie who loves spending time with my family. 

Who are some clients you’ve done work with in the past?

Previous clients include Canadian Tire, PGA Tour, Report on Business Magazine, KPMG

How does your pricing work for 360º product photography?

I shoot on a per product basis with a minimum fee. Some products take longer than others so it’s always best to discuss things first so that we have a good overview of the scope of the project, the challenges it may present and how to establish a suitable schedule.

What’s a memorable project you’ve worked on in the past?

I shot an ice cream plant. Very fun and fascinating to see how a food product is created. However, it was a little colder than I’d have liked.

What’s the best way for someone to get in touch with you?

Email is generally best.  Any inquiries should be sent to


Contact Jeremy

email[at] | +1 (416) 826-2464