Product Photography Shoot

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cazillo.com My first live product photography shoot! Keep shooting!

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Snakekilla12 says:

Light meter Greg?

Snakekilla12 says:

I got my lighting from impact, 2 studio strobes, medium softboxes, 100w/s, for $100-$120, worked fantastically. Don’t need to start off with Speedlights that are overheating on usage, or needing higher ISOs, or even worse (if you don’t have a powerpack for them) run out of battery juice. Get the impact strobe lights set, great to start off with, portraiture or product, etc…

Snakekilla12 says:

MAN-FRO-TOW is the preferred pronunciation

Steve Houghton says:

Even though you have lights, are you stull using flash? If so, where is that flash coming from?

Steve Houghton says:

I thought white balance was set with a white card, you are using a grey card. Also, how can this grey card calibrate your color in the camera. I am comfussed, are you shooting black and white ?

Steve Houghton says:

Great Video Greg, will you ever be doing another live one of these again in the futer?

PATHTECHDESIGN says:

Hey Greg, enjoyed your video. Very informative. Keep up the great work.

GregoryCazillo says:

You need to diffuse the light more, usually with a larger light source. Thats on the of the issues with reflective product photography, it takes a lot of trial and error to figure it out!

vnitto says:

Is there a way to get ride of that vertical strip of reflection on the top part of the bottle (the cap black label part)? Would a gobo work?

Plamen Yankov says:

This is a Ukrainian Vodka, not a Russian one.

GregoryCazillo says:

usb cable

GregoryCazillo says:

Sometimes, yes.

AF0093 says:

Great job Greg. I have a question with product photography is the rule of thirds necessary?

jalebaa says:

Greg, whot cable do you youse to connect the body to your PC ? it woud be great if you can tell me that, so i can buy that cable, thanks 😉

Илья Медов says:

it’s “khortitsa premium”, a vodka named by the name of an island on ukraine’s river. don’t know about this type, but “khortitsa platinum” costs 5.96$ per 0.5 in Moscow’s common supermarkets, and i haven’t seen any of the students of my university drinking it. they all prefer a 6.23$ vodka, dunno why. maybe something wrong with the taste.

nina1funangel says:

Really good

Maxsdiscos says:

Great – I will look forward to seeing how it all works.

NIcholasLoveTv says:

Thanks. Man

GregoryCazillo says:

Probably but I prefer to do it in camera.

GregoryCazillo says:

That is a long list, not going into it in a comment. One of these days I will make a video on my entire network setup…

Amporo says:

Jeah hardware-setup and “file”workflow/archive would be great 🙂 Nice job!

Maxsdiscos says:

What is inside there?
(specific components)

jalebaa says:

ohhhh thank you my friend 🙂 your videos are great, it woud be great if you can do more videos like this one 🙂 keep up your work 😉

GregoryCazillo says:

Sorry prob didn’t explain that very well. They are just black foamcore, I bought them at Staples.

jalebaa says:

that 2 black cards that you youse for bloking the light….. in video that you youse…

vikta11 says:

Interesting

GregoryCazillo says:

Smaller light sources would have made smaller reflections which would not have looked good in this situation.

GregoryCazillo says:

resolution is restricted to the google+ stream, they don’t allow hd.

GregoryCazillo says:

What cards?

GregoryCazillo says:

You only have one choice, usb.

GregoryCazillo says:

It isn’t a true ‘server cabinet’ as it doesn’t have fans and locks. Basically it cleans up my equipment so it looks better.

GregoryCazillo says:

Google+ restricts it to the resolution you see.

GregoryCazillo says:

No need to use mirror lock with 1/200th sec shutter and I can remote release from the computer.

ROCKnROLL4NGEL says:

Are you shooting mirror up? And why not use a remote release?

namboozleUK says:

Really liked this video! I know its a long video but is there anyway next time it would be in HD?

vikta11 says:

I like the added foamboards, but would have tried different smaller light sources and always like to toy around with gels.

Maxsdiscos says:

Greg, how does the server cabinet work, did you build it up yourself?

JIMMIX7 says:

Hi Greg,, these are a great way to learn,,, but its hard work sticking around and watching it all,,, bit like watching paint dry,,, but still I stayed and enjoyed it with great interest in parts,,,,,thanks,, I’n buzy trying to photograph of a large wind glass, but struggling with reflections of the room,, thanks again,,,,Jimmy

Leonardo Abreu says:

Damn Greg, I lost it! 🙁

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