Video Tutorials for Improving Product Photos
If your company sells items online, product photographs will be a key factor in how well they sell. Professional-looking photographs make products look legitimate and allow customers a crisp and detailed view of their potential purchase. Hiring a professional photographer, however, can be pricey.
This tutorial will help you learn how to take your own quality product photographs. In most cases, the only investments required to implement these techniques are a desk lamp, some white poster board and Photoshop — all of which are much more economical purchases than a professional photographer’s time.
Add your own tips for shooting great product photos in the comments below.
Kerry Garrison of Camera Dojo walks through a typical product photo shot. His overview includes how to adjust white balance and how to set up the camera.
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