Product Photography At Home: Beginner to Intermediate Photography Tips | 3 Quick Tips

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Want to learn how to take product photos? Interested in knowing how to light product photos? Trying to create a home studio on a budget? Jake and Bobby show you their somewhat DIY photography setup, lighting techniques and equipment. Learn product photography tips, no matter what your budget is!

Learn more about studio lighting:
– Studio Strobe Lighting Series https://bhpho.to/2F1uZGI

Gear used:
– Nikon AF-S VR Micro-NIKKOR 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED Lens http://bhpho.to/2aX1KYX
– Impact Wall Plate with 5/8″ Locking Receiver https://bhpho.to/2oOlalU
– Profoto B10 OCF Flash Head https://bhpho.to/38uJEYg
– Profoto OCF Softbox (1 x 3′) https://bhpho.to/2HnVho4
– Nikon Z 7 Mirrorless Digital Camera https://bhpho.to/2Pw0Pzq

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Comments

B&H Photo Video says:

Do you have any questions about product photography?

Vic Peralta says:

Excellent video. This is the kind of video instruction we need. Keep it up!

Steven Kamradt says:

I have both a white and black project boards that I use as reflectors/flags. Very cheap and work very well. Grab two white ones and attach them together with some gaffers tape along one side. Then you can use it as a mini vflat. The black card I use for curved surfaces to kill some highlights and make the curve more accentuated.

Pierre Burnaugh says:

Nice video, it’s worth mentioning for those shooting with incandescent bulbs especially, color balancing concerns.

Sidney Diongzon says:

THIS IS AWESOME GUYS!!!

Moazzem Hossain says:

Stacked at last …

Bill Losse says:

Profoto is not budget, go to home depot and get some lights and then you'll have budget.

Stephanie Jones says:

I never would have thought about paper towels! Great educational video and fun! Thanks

Lysander Spooner says:

Parchment paper for baking makes a great diffuser and won't catch on fire. And when your done with photography you can bake cookies!

Chuck Devlin says:

The tip for creating defused light with paper towels and a picture frame was great. So simple, but I never thought about it. This will work for me – I have three tt685 speedlights and a x-pro trigger, but no defuser.

Jorgiño Luis says:

I wish I could learn how to shoot objects that the light seems to be coming inside from it… Maybe that could be next tutorial? I bought my hole cameraset at b&h. By the way my camera is Nikon D750

Trap Town SIC says:

I like! Keep it up! Would you like to be YouTube friends? 🙂

Michael Blade says:

Thanks for sharing I’m going to practice this with my Nikon d5600 and my lumecube light

Sevag Markarian says:

Hi,B&H Do you recommend a lens
Tamron 35-150mm f/2.8-4 Di VC OSD Lens for Canon eos r for portrait and head shots ?

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