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Studio Class — Product Photography


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The past 6 weeks were terrible… most of the time in studio
shooting christmas catalogues, gifts suggestions and others.

This time was more fun. There were 5 students with the task
to shoot table top product photography with both black and
white BG. 

I shot this helmet that no one picked for the job.

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For me the second one is the best. In this case less of a contrast gives more space to the product.



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For me the second one is the best. In this case less of a contrast gives more space to the product.


You might just be right there, Bengan! :P

Part of the challenge for them was that both
shots had a grey paper BG to work with.