Product Photography Tutorial for use on eBay

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Corresponding article on our website newtophoto.squarespace.com In this video Mark shows you how easy it is to get great looking product photographs for use on ebay by using nothing more then a compact camera and desk lamp. Thanks for watching, why not subscribe ? Go on its just like shooting at f:1.2 … awesome! Please press that ‘Like’ button too, we will love you long time if you do. Check Out New To Photo Here. Website/Podcast/Blogs – www.newtophoto.com New To Photo Channel – http NTP Advance Channel – www.youtube.com Twitter – www.twitter.com Facebook – www.facebook.com T-Shirts – newtophoto.squarespace.com Music – www.danosongs.com ** Hosts ** Mark Boadey – http Twitter- www.twitter.com Rick Bradbury – www.rjbradbury.com Twitter – http

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newtophoto says:

Thank you, really glad that you found the video helpful.

Anthony Pangilinan says:

thanks for the tutorial. I have been taking really bad pics because I just throw an item on my floor or work bench and take a picture. This seems like a good way to professionally grab potential customers attention on eBay.

CoffeeWhispers says:

Thank you so much for this.

newtophoto says:

Thanks you. You can get your own, just visit the website, link is in the description

swiftrecon says:

Love your shirt

startphotography says:

Perfectly explained. Thanks!

AquariumTV says:

Thank you very much Sir.

newtophoto says:

You’ll need to do a few test shots. Start at +1 then +1.5 and finally +2 then check the results.

AquariumTV says:

Thank for your video. My question is, what EV setting should one use?

newtophoto says:

Sorry no link, as this is Christmas wrapping paper it’s the wrong time of year. You could also use wall paper, they are generally white on the reverse side. You’ll get that from any DIY store.

Jay Enj says:

got a link where i can purchase his? Thanks!

newtophoto says:

It’s simply a roll of gift wrapping paper.

Jay Enj says:

what background paper is this? Your photos are awesome!

visionprods1 says:

you shouldn’t be that nervous in exposing man, your expose is actually very useful. Thanks a lot!!

newtophoto says:

No problem, glad you found it useful.

plentystuffs says:

Thanks Loads….

newtophoto says:

Excellent, that works just as well.

Maxsdiscos says:

I use a DSLR in ambient light, then edit the contrast and brightness in the basic windows editor built into ‘my pictures’ / windows explorer.

Snakekilla12 says:

good enough for ebay would be anything, as long as there is a photo ebay consumers would be happy with that.

newtophoto says:

It depends on what editing software you use? I use Photoshop Elements, I might do an other video explaining how to do it as it’s a little difficult to write in in a YT comment.

callep1 says:

how do you make the montage photo. Very good tutorial thank you and bless you.

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