4 Steps to Outstanding Product Photography (Value $346)
Step 1. Equipment and Camera Settings
Most photographers know that in order to have a beautiful sunset, you need clouds…
But did you know that the results highly depend upon the type of cloud, and how high they float?
From wispy clouds to dramatic Mammatus clouds, Jay shows you how to capture all shapes and sizes.
Step 2. Props and Styling
We want to see more than just the product on its own… we want to see the product in its natural environment.
That’s where props and styling comes in.
When setting the scene we can add:
- interesting backgrounds
- eye-catching colors
- and complimenting props
This allows us to evoke desire and emotions that will become strongly associated with the product.
Step 3. Composition & Color
When photographing products, you have complete control over the scene.
You can direct attention to the product in a way that evokes a certain feeling in the mind of the viewer.
And by using splashes of color, you can easily set the mood and attract the right audience.
If you use the simple tips that Chad and Daphne lay out in the ebook, you can transform desire from a want into a need.
Step 4. Editing to Perfection
Outstanding product photography requires pictures with crisp details, vivid colors, and perfect contrast.
With the help of editing software, you can easily transform your photos with a few clicks of a button.
Chad and Daphne go into detail on how to:
- make the colors in the scene pop
- sharpen images to make them crystal-clear
- digitally remove your tools and clamps from the background, and more…
All the most important editing tweaks are included in “Products in Focus”.
What else is included?
New Bonus Added: Smartphone Product Photography (Value = $49)
If you want a quick way to get started with product photography… and you don’t want to use a big camera… this is going to help.
Chad and Daphne break down how to set up a simple studio, with window light… tabletop lamps… and LED lamps…
…Because we mean it when we say your camera isn’t important!
With this limited-time bonus, you can capture bold and impactful product photos on-the-go.
Video Bonus #1 – Creating Composites in Photoshop (Value $49)
This is one of the most important editing processes for product photography.
It allows you to combine multiple images together, and remove parts of a scene that distract from the focus of the product.
But… it can be a little difficult if you’re just starting out.
That’s why Chad and Daphne have filmed a video showing their exact process. It’s free with ‘Products in Focus’.
Video Bonus #2 – 360 Product Photography (Value $49)
Shooting all 360-degrees is one of the most popular trends in product photography.
This is especially important when shooting footwear and electronics because people want to inspect the full form of the product before purchase.
In this bonus video, Chad and Daphne walk you through their simple but effective 360 setups.
Here’s The Amazing Deal We’ve Put Together
Chad, Daphne, and ExpertPhotography’s team have worked hard to create “Products in Focus” – an ebook and set of 30 cheat sheets on product photography.
And although the value far exceeds $395.00, we’re offering this for a very limited introductory price.