The perfect lighting for product photography

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It is a proven fact that high quality product photographs help people and businesses to make more sales. If you ever sell anything online or need photographs to add to a catalog or advertisement, then it is essential to make sure that you take the finest photographs of your subject (the products you are hoping to sell more of) in order to make those sales, or to impress your clients. Therefore, it only makes sense that lots of photographers, who need to learn how to take better product photographs, are looking for ways to improve their skills.

One thing that you need to remember is that lighting really does matter more than ever when you are taking up-close, detailed photographs of products. Whether you are selling them yourself on eBay or helping a client to make more sales, the lighting choices you make will have a dramatic effect on how well your photos turn out. Here is a video to help you learn the right way to take detailed product photographs at home or in your professional studio.


Those were some pretty killer lights that Gavin used to teach this lesson, weren’t they? The tabletop continuous lights that professionals use really do make product photographs look as sharp, detailed and presentable as possible. If you watched this photography lesson all the way through you saw the final result, and we have to admit that those photographs looked pretty darn good; just as you probably want your product photographs to look, right?

These days more people than ever need to take product photographs. Selling stuff on eBay, Craig’s List or other websites can be pretty competitive, so you should help out all your fellow photographers by circulating this in depth photography tutorial. You can do that without putting in a whole lot of effort, simply by clicking on the Share button on this post.

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