Packshots can be a reliable source of extra income – if you know how to set them up and shoot them to perfection in minutes instead of hours.
In this packshot photography class, Karl discusses his preferred backgrounds for these white-on-white product shots before getting into the simple but effective three-light setup he uses for this type of work.
You’ll see how he achieves white backgrounds for product photography, how he avoids flare and controls excess light, how he prevents overexposing his shot, and how he uses just one light and a reflector to light the product itself.
In this class:
- How to photograph packshots
- Creating white backgrounds for product photography
- Techniques for photographing white products on a white background
- How to prevent flare
- Using reflectors
To see Karl’s retouching process for this shot, check out Packshots: White Background Product Photography | Post-Production.
If you enjoy this class, be sure to check out Packshot Product Photography and How To Use Continuous LED Lighting For Packshot Photography.
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