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Which Product Photography Kit Should I Choose?

Posted by Chris Hughes on

If you are unsure which kit to choose, here are some guidelines to help you to make the right selection. Where there is more than one kit or combination of products listed, we have tried to give some different options to suit different budgets. If you are still unsure what you need, please email for free help and advice to uksupport@backdropsource.co.uk or call +44 (0) 1628 90 4188 Basic Product Photography Lighting Kit Equipment   Type of Products  - 360 / 3D Animated Product Images , Automotive Parts , Badges and Buckles. Maximum Size of Products -  24" x 24" (61cm x 61cm) Compact Product Photo Light...

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Review on Continuous Softbox Daylight

Posted by Ryan McCullum on

2 Head Continuous Economy Softbox Studio Daylight Equipment Kit Economy Softbox Studio Daylight is primarily useful in product and still life photography or video. A huge advantage to this type of lighting is that you can visualize how your light will appear in your image before you begin shooting, thus making it easier to adjust your lighting quickly. Continuous Economy Studio Daylight is great for beginners because it lets you manipulate your light more manually and is cost efficient. Softbox Fluorescent does not overheat, which is ideal choice for most studio photographers Two head light kit will allow for more versatility in your lighting...

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Review on Solid Muslin Studio Photography Grey Backdrop

Posted by Ryan McCullum on

Gray backdrop is a versatile backdrop from all the solid colored backdrops and its a great choice if you want to shoot colored gels against it to create a variety of color surfaces. Advantage of using gray backdrop is that the color of backdrop can be changed to any color from gray to black or white or pink or red without using any software. This can be achieved by maneuvering with the studio lights. Tips on how to change the color of backdrop using Gray backdrop: 1.  To achieve a solid gray background effect , place the studio lights at 45...

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Review on Solid White Colour Studio Muslin Photo Backdrop

Posted by Ryan McCullum on

Solid White backdrop have become a popular fabric for their lightweight, premium quality at economical cost and versatility.  White backdrop is a solid colour background and hung flat or can be draped to transform the backdrop of a photo.  It is 100% muslin proving it flexibility to fold and drape over any object for exquisite appeal. Muslin backdrops are aptly dense fabric with excellent thickness for a smooth screen finish. These are the most desired to shoot professional photos and videos. Wrinkles are a common phenomenon in muslin fabric which can be done away with by sprinkling water after hanging on a backdrop stand beofre shoot....

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Tips For Shooting in Rain

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Natures clouds = Huge soft box Don’t wait for clear skies and bright sun to pull out your camera. A cloudy day can offer you breathtaking opportunities by acting as a huge soft box with the sun as y our light source.  Reflections: Look for reflective surface. Y ou can find them every where. Compose your frame in such a way that any interesting object is reflected on the surface of the water. Water reflects light and this property of water makes it perfect to shoot reflections. React to reactions: Observe people when the rain starts or when the weather is more extreme...

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