How to shoot PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY tips - Get it right with LIGHTING first

Take a look at this real life Product Photography shoot and see the details of the photography lighting setups with some great tips.
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Product photography is a very specific type of photography that takes time and thought. Ed Gregory walks you through these product photography lighting setups showing how all 9 of these sunglasses product photography shots were taken in a single;e session.

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Learn the product photography tips and tricks to get the correct reflections and highlights for glasses and sunglasses. take a look a hope to build concept product photography and set design for photographers. Some go these photography lighting setups look harder than they actually are. These might seem like complex shots but you can definite do product photography at home and even not use studio lights. DIY product photography is a lot of fun and apart from the lights these shots are very my DIY photography. How to shoot products at home.

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