Currently renovating my website. It’s been one year since I started freelancing (Print, web, illustrative design) and I am now gaining a stronger view of the market and where my skills are best put to use, (coffee making and catching Escape to the Country being the top two). Anyway, one popular aspect is product mockups, but I just can’t find the right words to advertise this service to potential clients on my new website. I seem to be approached quite often by marketing companies who want me to create mock-ups of their products, but they want them to be photo-realistic or near enough. For instance, one firm who supply cashpoints to high street stores send me photos of shop fronts or photos of actual cashpoints and commission me to manipulate the photos to contain ‘branded’ cashpoints (manipulate the image so it appears the cashpoint has been installed in the shop front). Or re-brand the cashpoint in the corporate colours (the cashpoints are sometimes manufactured with specific powder coating or stickers with corporate logos). Another marketing company will send me a logo and some packaging ideas and ask me to create a mockup of the product as it may appear on the shelf. I wouldn't call it product or packaging design as the images I create I usually just used as part of a presentation or for design assessment. They really are just mockups. Sadly one of these firms went into liquidation and the other has moved to the US. But I enjoyed doing this type of work so I would like pursue more of it. I’m loathe to use the term mockup, this is the term the client’s use, surely there is a better term? Thanks Apologies for the convoluted description, I'm at home suffering with man/girl flu.