17th April 2004, 11:48 AM
17th April 2004, 11:52 AM
Originally Posted by artemies
Use big white paper !!!!!
17th April 2004, 11:59 AM
use majong paper, make sure they are not crumpled.
use 2 lights, to eliminate shadows.
camera has to be facing the object directly.
17th April 2004, 12:05 PM
So do professionals place the item on the floor/table with mahjong paper or 'hang' it up or make it stick to a vertical surface? Sorry for my ignorance.. I feel really stupid.
Originally Posted by mylau
17th April 2004, 04:29 PM
i do basic studio photography... while them studios have the big lights... i have my flurescent light and two table lamps... added to that is a 420 EX flash unit on a 300D... results are surprising... u do not need a lot to get stunning pictures... u need to know where to put the lights to get rid of shadows and also photoshop (7 or CS is good) to get rid of unwanted bits to ur pic... i use a 2 metre by 1 metre long cloth instead of paper because everyone in the office keeps writing on it! and it really works.. one thing though... u need to make sure that the lights u use a bright white or the combination of same types of lights so it won't be too hard on ur WB... i use all bright white flurescent lights and they work well... by the way... anybody knows where to get them sto-fen omnibounce things in s'pore? and how much are those? how much better would the pics get?