Hi, I’d love to get your feedback on this recent shoot of mine. Thank you so much in advance.
I've done exactly zero professional product photography, but these were some experimental shots I made over ten years ago when I bought some studio lights and wanted to see what they could do. I re-processed them tonight as I was looking through my archived images.
Here is a shot I've been working on today. I used the Canon 5Ds with a 24-70mm f/2.8 L. What do you think?
I am looking for critique!
I shot this a while ago and reedited it - now I am looking for someone who is willing to tell me the truth about this photo.
If you want to critique more of my photographs - feel free to do this on my profile or also on Instagram (smatthiasc - https://www.instagram.com/smatthiasc/?hl=de)
I built a small black plastic box and cut out two rectangular areas from the back side (for rim lights) and one from the right side (key light). I also cut a circular hole in the front side, and I stick my lens into it. Over the back and side apertures I glued white diffusing paper.
In this way I can shoot reproducible photographs of...
Mistakes were made, but I'm pretty happy with it for a first try. It's not for anything commercial, just me learning.
This is my fisrt product photography and i need some critics and opinions please. Thank you
my second attempt at product photography.
Let me know what you think.
See below my first product photo, obviously a composite of several photos I shot. I followed instructions by several youtubers on the topic. What I like about product photography is the controlled environment and I believe if one is a good product photographer, he has a lot of what he needs for other types of photography, such...
Hi, this is my first post here.
I've been a product retoucher for many years and recently started "focusing" more on the photography side. I'm looking to improve my photography, lighting and image editing. I photographed and edited these mock ads for this purpose.
Constructive critiques welcome of course.
I would appreciate any feedback on this shoot as I am trying to improve myself in product photography. Thanks in advance!
As I'm building a portfolio for my wife's glass art, I'm learning more about lighting the curved glass (and the headaches that come with it). This piece is a weaved candleholder that is beautiful during the day, but is absolutely stunning at night when the candle is lit.
For this image, I placed the glass in a dark photo cube and placed...
I have never done this sort of work but I wanted to try something different. It was a time intensive project and I am decently happy with my results.
Playing around with light on shiny things for products. Poor Queen, unlike Midas, anything she touches turns to crystal. The last of her kind. I focus stacked the images. I couldn't figure out how to truly light the center of the stand the girl is sitting in. Any ideas? Also how do you properly illuminate the objects from behind. I tried taking...
i am very new to this field of photography and this is one of my first photo. I'd like to have some comments to you to understand if you like it or not.
I would appreciate any feedback. This is my first try at shooting something like this. Watched some youtube videos on focus stacking and product photography, was really intrigued, and thought I would give it a try. I decided on this ring because it has a lot of texture, and dings from wear. I thought about smoothing out...
So besides shooting a lot of food photography I also shoot A LOT of knockout images for clients websites. Here is a recent shot I did for sugar in the raw. I believe it is being used both in their sell sheets to restaurants and to be used on their website. A lot of retouching but hopefully it doesn't really show.