If done correctly, 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.
To start, Karl discusses what backgrounds he prefers to use for these simple white-on-white product shots before getting into the minimalistic, 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.
- How to photograph packshots
- Creating white backgrounds for product photography
- Demonstrate techniques for photographing white products on a white background
- How to prevent flare
- Using reflectors
You’ll also find an accompanying post-production class where Karl shows how to retouch packshots on a white background.
Other related class that demonstrate how to photography packshots and e-commerce shots include:
- Live Workshop – Packshot Product Photography
- How To Use Continuous LED Lighting For Packshot Photography
If you have any questions about this class please post in the comment section below.
NOTE: This class is available with English subtitles and automatic translations.