Hi, one single shot of bottle and Photoshop.
This is our first attempt in Product Photography.
Comments and advises are welcome.
This was not shot for Buffalo Wild Wings. I've just had the idea for a while and wanted to use a brand that has some killer sauce.
This is a composite of 2 major images: one being the bottle with proper lighting, the second being the bottle with the flames being shot at it from behind. I used rubbing alcohol and a spray bottle to create...
Shot as part of my helmet series.
Edit: Second image is an improved version with more accurate highlights of the visor.
• 400w Monolight with 24x24 softbox
• One white foam board as reflector
• One nikon speed light with grid
Hello everybody, just wrapped up my latest beverage product portfolio and I'd like to know what everybody thinks.
I shot this with a Sigma 105 macro as a sample. Getting the pearls to have lustre without blowing out was a bit of a challenge. I'd like any comments you have.
Glock 43 with Trijicon HD Tritium Night Sights.
Three lights used. Silver reflectors to bounce in some highlights.
Hi, i started about a year ago to photograph products, and i working hard to build a nice portifolio and improve my work.
As many of you, always after doing some photo, i love her like if was the best photo EVER, but i know that i can do way better, but its easier to see mistakes or know how to improve, when i get some thougts made by...
Hi everyone, i just shot this photo of a wine bottle and it's my first attempt at studio product photography, i am trying to make a strong portfolio of product photo, so i would really love some thoughts.
I had a quick question, I know when I am shooting a for a client in a portrait setting, I always acquire the appropriate contracts.
However, I want to build a strong Product Portfolio, and move towards more Product work... My question is, if I were to start shooting products, do I need to get Manufactures to sign a...
Hi, I've been photographing shoes for just over 10 years - a regular reader of Fstoppers, only just discovered this community & thought I'd share some recent work. Would love some feedback, things you like, things you don't like. Hope to post regularly here and share lots of ideas with each other.
Hey all, I've been asked to shoot some products for a friend. This line of work has always interested me and so I accepted. The budget allows me to look into some starter light kits. That said, I'm just not sure which route to go. I already own strobes (alien bee),m but my question is, should I be looking at continuous lighting? Or can this be...
Red Red Wine, our first, FUN attempt on a commercial image. As the subject We used a custom bottle with our Photography Logo on it (bottles of wine we give out to Vip Clients as Thank Yous For there Business). Three Flashes, 2 pointed at the white background and 1 at the bottle with a Mag Sphere. Of course a fast shutter speed, about a F11 for...
I've never photographed a watch before and finally figured I'd give it a try.
Let me know what you think. Would love some CC.
Hey! Just wanted to introduce myself and share some of my work.
My name is Abi and I'm an equestrian and fine art portrait photographer based in Central Missouri. I lived in Massachusetts for a year where I recieved a formal education in photography from the Hallmark Institute of Photography. Recently I have been thinking i may want to...
Hey everyone, just wanted to take a moment and introduce myself. Finally decided to create an account on Fstoppers.
My name is Kirby Hines, currently living in New Hampshire, originally Ohio.
I'm currently the photographer for Simon Pearce doing everything from product to lifestyle photography for them.
Always up for...
I just want to introduce myself and start learning about this topic - This is my first product Photography.
Hey I'm Camilo Villa, from Colombia. I've been shooting architectural photography and learning for 4 months, and yesterday I did my first PRODUCT photography. I will like to hear some feedback from you guys, I know there is a huge learning curve ahead for me and I really appreciate any comments to improve. Thanks.
Definitely still some polish needed/things to do differently next time. But I decided to go with more of a "sun lit" look this time.
A client asked for product photos for a new product line. I'm starting out in product photography and are looking to make future clients happy, hope that I am in the right direction.
First shot at a beer bottle shot. Got all inspiration and ideas from the little tutorial Lee Morris did. Really liked the shot he got so I wanted to try and do it myself. Any CC is welcome, anything you guys think I should change? Thanks!
Just want to share my jewelry photography process from shooting to editing. Shot in a small room using Canon 6d with 100mm Macro 2.8L.
Product photoshoot with lightpainting technique.
3 picture composite, background pattern made with a tablet with pattern picture on & lightpainted with Huawei P9 Lite to show students, that you don't always need expensive equipment for making spectacular images.
f/16 with 3sec shutter
Tell me what you all think of this