Ten Product Photography Tips

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| January 13th, 2015 | Posted in Photography |

25 Responses to “Ten Product Photography Tips”

  1. smick.co.uk Says:

    Our video Ten product photography tips has now made 50,000 views.

    http://youtu.be/f0GK0HsJTaE

  2. Rob Jackson Says:

    Thank you but the paper ripping or whatever that is, IS MOST DISTRACTING if
    not audibly disturbing! Good tips though, not trying to be negative.

  3. Brandi Eckert Says:

    Awesome explanation! Trying to figure out apereture and iso was difficult
    for me from the manual….i understood EXACTLY what you said, took off my
    long lense, lowered aperature to f16 and nearly fell off my chair when
    exactly what I was looking for came up on my camera. Thank you … hope you
    have more videos!

  4. Hands On Workshop HOW Says:

    Wow this is great thanks! I was just trawling the net to find a simple “how
    to for product photography”. This is spot on for someone who normally uses
    “Auto” for everything on their camera. Would be great to have the list in
    text too in video info, to help find the Tip number you need quickly. 

  5. Tom Parke Says:

    The problem I am having is that the pictures data end up way to big to work
    with in turbo Lister. MB instead of KB

  6. raytry69 Says:

    The paper rip effect between tips is terrible. Apart from that, good vid.

  7. 5dful Says:

    Doesn’t f/16 lose detail due to defraction?

  8. Aleksandar Solaja Says:

    you are excellent teacher 🙂 thank you

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  10. Product Photo Canada Says:

    Nice tips! I really appreciate the techniques that are you using. This is
    very helpful. Keep it up!

  11. Casmige Says:

    Just a Slight Sugg??:

    I’d rename your Channel: “Breaking Bad….Photography”.

    It fits!

  12. Tracy Dendy Says:

    This video is hilarious while also useful.

  13. Linda Joyce Says:

    Will you please make a video on how to photograph white on white using a
    light cube…. The product will need to be laid in the bottom of the cube.
    Can it be done?

  14. Samir Maharjan Says:

    nice video (Y)

  15. A.W. Stegmeyer Says:

    short, sweet, nice job except for the transitions with ripping sound.

  16. Wolfgang Mairinger Says:

    Great video. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

  17. tasty2choc Says:

    lol, love how you talk! and thanks for the video!

  18. Kris Lewis Says:

    those sound effects between tips are way too loud

  19. scottyc15 Says:

    i have a canon EOS 1100D a light cube and lights. every time i try and
    take a photo even though the cube is bright i get a yellowish background?
    any advice on how to get rid of this? I’m new to product photography.

  20. Tirdfish Says:

    Excellent tips, thanks.

  21. bmnftw1 Says:

    do i need a camera too?!

  22. Eddy Forero Says:

    I can t stop laughing at the transitions . they are simply funny. 

  23. RC Bronx, NYC Says:

    I’m just starting out and found this video to be helpful. Great tips. Loved
    the transitions. The first loud one made me jump, lol. Too funny. 

  24. Wilson Ubiramar dos Santos Says:

    Dear Mr. Smickcouk.
    Sorry by the nickname…I see dear are doing a very important job helping
    many people in the ground of lightning photography, one of the most
    misunderstand able subject on taking cameras images and it sets.
    I`m very pleasant in appreciate your work aiming to use your experience to
    advise those who are news in this area. Congratulations Mr. Smickcouk

  25. Fran Campanian Says:

    This helped me out a lot. I just got a new light tent and lights and
    downloaded Lightroom for a 30 day trial!