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Tuesday, September 18, 2007

Shooting Isolated Object on a White Background

Shooting isolated objects on a white background isn't all that difficult, once you figure out how to light it properly.

This tutorial explains how to make a simple, inexpensive "mini-studio" in your kitchen (or any other room in your house) that will have you shooting images like this without having to edit them to get the background white.



In the case of this tutorial, as long as you've got the camera, the speedlight and a tripod already, the additional equipment will cost around $20.

Download it here: Shooting Isolated Objects

2 comments:

Gina said...

Question: Did you do any photoshop work to completely remove all tone from the white? Or was this done in camera?

Anonymous said...

excellent tutorial!