Product Photography and Still Life

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How to shoot products the profession way, a step by step guide to product photography in the studio, every photograph of an object should be called a still life, true still life requires knowledge above that of shooting in a light tent, dealing with shadows and reflections with good lighting can enhance your photography and make sales easier on ebay and other auction sights by showing photographs and images of your products to their best advantage? with little lighting, flash or continuous light this video should help you in your quest for good photographs.


Is Atirak says:

Thanks very much. Love your tutorial!

rob ord says:

thank you sir.

Phillip McCordall says:

Good examples of the work you do and a lot of hard work selling yourself, never give a price from an email , always go and see the client and discuss the job showing confidence in yourself without being over the top.
That’s about it really.

coco200066 says:

Love your tutorials…thank you. Any advise on how to pick up this kind of work?

Cez Mancio says:


zeena923 says:

Hello, do you know “Photo SFXart Tricks” (just google it)? On their website you can watch a useful free video explaining the right way to make incredible pictures. This made it possible for Daniel to make pictures which have that wow-effect when you take a look at them. Perhaps it will work for you too…

Toms VEILANDS says:

I like you floor cover =]

Jason Huckle says:

Absolutely brilliant, a real helping hand in the studio!

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foxfoobar says:

Thanks a million!

BluTintPhotography says:

Phillip McCordall thank you.

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Uday Kiran says:

Great video ! I learnt a lot from this , especially about flare. Thanks and subscribed!

Rahul Singh says:

ur awesome

Mohammed Kasemn says:

Thank you for the great video!

MrCJ1988 says:

Man, you’re a fun person to learn from.

Durga Bartaula says:

Hey there, have you heard of “PhotoSFXart” (google it)? On their website you will find a good free video demonstrating the way to take better photographs. It helped Joe to make photos that have a jaw-dropping-effect whenever you take a look at them. I hope it helps you as well.

Rajat R says:

Very informative.. thank you so much for sharing.

swapnilhitman says:

Awesome Video, really helpful….

shajonali says:

Hey there, have you considered “MagicSFXphoto” (google it)? There you will find a useful free video explaining how to make better photos. It made it easier for Joe to make photos which leave you with a jaw-dropping-effect any time you take a look at them. Hopefully it helps you also…

shaolin641 says:

I really enjoyed watching this video because it focused on how to light. Thank you! I’m gonna watch your other videos. 🙂

TheHelenbach says:

Thank you. I know it’s trial and error but just wanted a rough gauge to start off with. Thanks for swift reply and loving your work

Phillip McCordall says:

Well its very simple really, as it depends totally on the light being used the camera settings change, there is no recipe really for still life exposure , I will try to remember in the future to say the settings though.

Phillip McCordall says:

The fishing line depends on the weight of the subject, and the line is held on a broomstick thats held on a stand horizontally , a drawing pin in the ceiling works as well.

Jay Enj says:

What stand do you use to hold the fishing wire? and which fishing wire do you use?

doosierty100 says:

This is amazing. You rock dude.

Saffuan Aidilla says:

bodoh jerk

Phillip McCordall says:

It’s exactly the same but the video in low light is not as good quality as the real photo.

SBNakhi says:

why was the taken photo different from the video?

Phillip McCordall says:

The main question is what is affordable 🙂 and how small are your subjects ? Another thing that’s important for me to know is the use of the images, are they only for the internet for example?
If you can let me know I’ll have a look for you.

Taz M says:

I like your tutorials!!
I just start learning photography and I need advise. What is the best affordable camera for product photography? I’m trying to photography small-medium crafts in a home made light box. Thank you for your help.

Taz M says:


AJ Govind says:

Great video sir, very informative and straight to the point! Thank you.

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