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A packshot (also pack shot) is a still or moving

  1. ^ Baker, Mike (2004-07-01). "Further steady growth points to healthy future for great outdoors; influential sectors are throwing their considerable advertising weight behind the rising profile of outdoor media and aiding growth.". Marketing Week. Retrieved 2009-02-19. Outdoor also suits highly competitive sectors in which a brand name-check, visual image or product packshot are important stimuli to a sale 
  2. ^ Bullmore, Jeremy (2004-04-16). "On the Campaign Couchlose-Up: On the Campaign Couch ... with JB". Haymarket Business Publications. Retrieved 2009-02-19. The function of the pack shot is to trigger what marketing persons like to call in-store, on-shelf recognition. 
  3. ^ "Claire Beale on Advertising". The Independent (London). 27 November 2006. Retrieved 2009-02-19. If no money changes hands and the pack shots are handled appropriately, the proliferation of well known brand names in TV shows is deemed to be a legitimate part of the programme-making process. 
  4. ^ Bouville, Nathalie (2006-02-24). "If there was one thing you could change about TV beauty ads, what would it be?". Paris: Communications International Group. Retrieved 2009-02-19. Also, pack shots are very dominant, sometimes there are two, five second shots in a 30 second commercial 
  5. ^ Stokes, Ted. "Left 4 Dead". Retrieved 2009-02-19. 
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[8][7] Packshots can be a simple photograph of the product on a white background or can entail the use of elaborate props. Products sold as digital downloads, such as software, sometimes have digitally generated packshots when no physical product or packaging exists.[6][5]

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