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Shooting products can be a challenging and rewarding experience, from food to accessories, each scenario requires a slightly different approach.
To all photographers out there wanted to try product photography, here are some quick tips that may help out.
To start with, use a good lens, I use 70-200mm or 24-70mm, as these tend to be more flexible. Also a tripod can be handy for stability.
Get some whiteness
The first thing you’re going to need is a white background, majority are shot against WBG to take any distractions away. You may use white sheets, white papers shot on high shutter.
Lighting is pretty important, the idea is to get the product evenly lit to avoid harsh shadows, you may set up in a room with bright lights.
Simple compositions tend to work better with products, so try to get on the same level, and zoom in to get as much as possible.
Processing your images afterwards can be almost as important as taking the images; there is always at least a small degree of processing. Erase dust spots, remove noise, increase exposure if necessary, tweak white balance, color boost/change contrast if necessary and sharpen. You’ll probably find you may spend as much time processing as you do taking the pictures.
Actual settings I used ranges from f/16 to f/18 at 200-250 sec exposure using Westcott Strobelite 150WS Lightings with soft box positioned on top of the product.
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Apparently "Imported" Malibu rum is a product of Canada
My parents brought back a jug of Malibu Rum from their recent visit to the US as alcohol is unbelievably cheap down there.
Seeing the tag "Product of Canada" immediately caught my eye. I don't know in how in any way shape or form that this rum can be a product of Canada, it's possible that the ingredients could have been shipped to Canada to be distilled, but the raw goods are not native to Canada. Confusing. It's just like hearing Americans confused about seeing a bottle of Sapporo, it's listed as being "imported", but it's a product of Canada - as it is made by Sapporo's Sleeman Brewery in Ontario.
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