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Creating your own photography studio for product shots... Has anyone done it? Care to share any advice/suggestions? We are thinking of getting 2 lights (with umbrellas), the backdrop frame, white paper (or maybe fabric) for the backdrop, and of course, a

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Creating your own photography studio for product shots… Has anyone done it? Care to share any advice/suggestions?
We are thinking of getting 2 lights (with umbrellas), the backdrop frame, white paper (or maybe fabric) for the backdrop, and of course, a great DSLR.

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take a class, practice alot, time, learn retouching. GOOD retouching. more time.

The biggest thing that I see people do wrong is think they can have all of the right stuff and automatically be good… this is a fallacy. Think of it this way: does having a better oven make you a better chef. does having a better pen make you a more eloquent writer. No.

The stuff matters very little compared to the time and passion that you pour into learning the artform. If you dont have that – then I would suggest not buying all that stuff.

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Light. Tons of light that is all the same color. White paper. I like to shoot with 3 soft boxes surrounding the product sides and top, with a light on the background.

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I have done a lot of photography before, but not product photography, so I will have to learn more about lighting.
And we are planning on buying a whole setup, bot a photo tent bc some of our products are too large!

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Ordered this and got it today – the quality is really excellent and it even comes with a DVD on how best to shoot product photography. I tried one of those pop up kind of studio kits but ended up returning it because it was just awkward. http://www.amazon.com/MyStudio-Professional…/dp/B0015450T6

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