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Product Photography Assignment Behind The Scene: low light mysterious silverware

Product Photography Assignment Behind The Scene: low light mysterious silverware

We are going to the final stage of our first Pro Corner product photography assignment (Silverware shot), and Marios Karampalis have recorded a behind the scene video and a post-production part of his submission to the assignment.
Many thinks for the whole community!

~Alex Koloskov

Hi to everybody, in this tutorial i am going to explain, how I shoot and process the Silverware assignment.

My purpose with this photo was to highlight the texture of metal cutlery by using a background which is dimly lit dark and mysterious. For this reason I used as materials for the background, water black color and smoke. During shooting I used Focus raw workflow program from Hasselblad.

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Behind The Shot video

 

Before and after post production.

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Post Production video

Τhe final Image

Product Photography Assignment, silverware shot

 

   In the Gearbox


Silverware shoot specification:

  • Camera: Fuji GX 680
  • DB: Imacon 132c 22Mpx
  • Lens: Fujinon 135 mm
  • ISO: 50
  • F: 39

Lighting:

One Broncolor Unilite 1600j at 1100j with P70 reflector and 30 degree Honeycomb Grip.

Gear:

4 Avenger c-stands

2 Plexiglass plates, one white (70x100cm) and one transparent (30x40cm) both 3mm thick.

 


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