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Making a commercial shot of a perfume product: Pro Club Assignment #46

Making a commercial shot of a perfume product

This is a product photography tutorial for Pro Club Interactive Education Program, assignment #46

The Final Image

alien perfume commercial image tutorial for potographers

Best Submission – photo by Maja

Making a commercial shot of a perfume product: Pro Club Assignment #46

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4 responses on "Making a commercial shot of a perfume product: Pro Club Assignment #46"

  1. Hi, Alex. I would like to know the new date for the review of the submissions for this assignment. Regards.

  2. I set the shutter speed to something that makes view visible, usually around 20″. If i forget to set it back, just have to wait for the exposure to finish. The wait reinforces to remember next time.

  3. I guess on C mode (which is basically programmable M mode) Canon’s Live View is showing actual scene if Exposure Simulation is on. I’m not sure about M mode.
    I always shoot in C mode through Live view If I need just a picture on the rear screen to see what’s going on with a scene. If you’re not in a hurry just change shutter speed or ISO while on M.

  4. Hi Alex! Thank you for another interesting assignment, I’m looking forward to it! Quick question about live view. How do you get your live view to work with modeling lights while taking shots with the correct shutter speed, aperture, and ISO? The only way I can see anything in live view is to set my ISO to auto, then set it back before taking the still shot. I think I’m missing something simple. I’m using capture one pro 10, canon 5d mark iv.

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