It is very important to keep in mind that a client has a precise vision as to how the product has to be presented. It is for this reason that the client has to supply his or her own props. As a photographer, I have shot thousands of products in all types of categories. See my Flickr page to have a glimpse of a small portion of the objects I have shot:
As such, it would be impossible for me to carry all kinds of props that match every type of product.
In general, we have two types of commercial photography: 1) product photography for online/printed catalogues (w/white background, no props) see white background catalogue examples , and 2) advertising photography (artistic set-ups, group shots with props etc.) see examples of both 1) and 2) in my food gallery
I do advertising photography on location for corporations (note: product stylist’s assistance has to be provided by client) and tabletop product photography in my own studio. I also do larger objects product photography on client's location. I am equipped with full size mobile studio.
As a photographer, I am always ready to do my photo shoot as long as you can provide me with the location that would be suitable for advertising photography. However, you will be responsible for providing me with the necessary props and assisting me with some set-ups during the photo shoot