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Instruction on how to easily set up a “Table Top Product Studio” and photograph Products against a White Background. yourphotocoach.info
Photosimile 5000 – 3D product photography studio is the most innovative and efficient photography automation and 3D product imaging tool available in today’s market. Create photorealistic 3D product animations in house fast and efficiently – regardless of experience.
This course is available for purchase now! www.creativelive.com Don Giannatti returns for a special workshop on tabletop product photography. Don starts with an introduction to tabletop lighting – tools, scrims, DIY gear – and how to organize your shoot around a tabletop to bring everyone up to speed. Then Don will teach you the basic concepts of Tabletop Product Photography. Finally Don will ramp up to more advanced topics adding extras such as kicker lights, snoots, and grids that can bring your work up a notch.
How to setup the Canon XSi/450D for Product Photography
The video shows how we did a product photoshoot for one of our clients. All shoot details, lighting setup and specification is on the blog article: awe.sm/58N6M
The video shows how to work with DIY clear plexiglas shooting table. Full article is on my pixiq blog : www.pixiq.com
Behind the scenes on a small product shot. This style of shoot is quite standard for eshops which need product photos with a white background. This particular shot is a little tricky with a white product. Go to light-studio.blogspot.com for more information
Focus stacking (bracketing) technique explained in an easy to follow how-to tutorial. More about the shot is on the blog http:/www.akelstudio.com/blog
cazillo.com My first live product photography shoot! Keep shooting!
Product photography portfolio from www.digitalexposure.co.uk Digital Exposure. We are a specialist photography company specialising in all types of product photography. Please see the video for examples of our work. From packshot photographs to more creative still life imagery.
www.uniquephoto.com http Join Scott from Unique Photo as he shows some easy steps to photographing a glass of beer.
Using our smallest tabletop lighting kit Gavin Hoey shows how a simple setup can be effective for small product or jewellery photography giving repeatable results. www.smick.co.uk
This is the most enjoyable photo-shot I had for last few month: not only the most technically challenging but the end result is the most eye-catching and outstanding. More detailed spec and description is on the blog: awe.sm
Use inexpensive materials to create your own photographic studio equipment for product photography
In this video I show you how to achieve a clean basic white background, great for food photography and product photography using off camera flash and a cheap, DIY light table that can be made for less than £10.00. For full instructions for the light table please check out the post on my blog here: www.scuffinsphotography.com — Chris Scuffins Photography www.scuffinsphotography.com