Product Photography: Planning, Setup, Shoot, Post Processing, to Publishing

I show a complete product shoot workflow from planning through publishing. I show how I set up the scene and light the product. For the post-processing portion, I edit the photo in Lightroom and clean it up in Photoshop, including removing the lines that suspend the pen. Finally, I prepare the photo for the Web and publish it.

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  1. Thank you so much for this excellent tutorial and your patience to show us every single detail in your work: planing, equipment setup and processing image. You expand my poor knowledge in product photography, so from now on I would not be afraid to try it.

  2. Hello Sir … its been a privileged to watch your tutorial from the very beginning to the end … yeah , I learned a lot .. thanks a lot .. expecting many more such tutorials from your end .. thanks again …!!!

  3. Hey sir,I just bumped onto this video as Im venturing into product and food photography. Ive been shooting portraits and such for a few years now but where im located its difficult to get subjects let alone clients. I still love to shoot Fashion and artistic portraits but this genre allows me to get in close and learn more about lighting at a slower pace. This is one of the best tutorials in general as rarely does a photographer show from concept to finished product. That's the way my mind works and is part of the fun for me – the planning is part of the shot also in my mind. So great to find like minded folks out there.  Im actually checking out your site now and I look forward to seeing more. Sorry I got to this video so late.CheersFrank

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