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How to photograph glass : Tabletop Photography Lesson

How to photograph glass – Aftershave Bottle: Tabletop Photography Lesson How to photograph glass: A Tabletop Photography LessonThis is a behind the scene which will give you an idea of how to photograph glass. The technique shown here will work for any subject with...

How to Create a White Background and Keep the Original Shadows

Post Production: How to Create a White Background and Keep the Original Shadows About the Author of this Post Production TutorialMy name is Nenad Veljkovic. I'm a father of two, now adult children, that I also made interested for Photography and Post Production, at...

Light Painting technique in Product Photography

Light Painting technique in Product Photography Using Light Painting (Lighting Brush) Technique in Product Photography.   Painting with light. You probably have seen the images composed with the light from a pocket flashlight before. Here I’ll be talking of how...

Glue or Milk: what is more useful for liquid photographer?

Glue or Milk: what is more useful for liquid photographer? There are many useful tips and tricks that photographers use to improve their product shots. Liquid substitution is one of them. Replace one type of liquid with another to emphasize certain properties. Today –...

101 Composition in photo-videography: digging into the basics

101 Composition in photo-videography: digging into the basics How Important a composition in product photography? I think it is a foundation of every good shot. Vadim Chiline, jewelry photographer from Canada and Photigy mentor, has found on YouTube this great...

Using Master Clamp in photo studio: a new video from Rob Grimm

Using Master Clamp in photo studio: a new video from Rob Grimm Grip and support tools are really important in studio photography. See how and why on this video from Rob Grimm   8 Ways For A Photographer To Utilize A Master Clamp   There are many cool and...

Tips and Tricks of Photographing Watch: Behind The Scene

Tips and Tricks of Photographing Watch: Behind The Scene First I would like to say that it means a lot to me to have my shot featured on Photigy and be able to share with you how this shot came to life! This is my first début on Photigy as a photographer and not many...

This is what you can do with 1 speedlite and no Photoshop!

This is what you can do with 1 speedlite And no Photoshop! Light Blaster: 35 Times Less Expensive Alternative to Broncolor Optical Spot Using digital backgrounds in photography is a great technique which opens unlimited possibilities for a photographer. However, not...

Product Photography Using Your Smartphone: Use the light!

Product Photography Using Your Smartphone: The Lighting Matters, Camera Does Not Meet Tilo Gockel – a professional photographer and expert in the field of lighting and flash lighting. He has published countless articles on photography and image processing in popular...

How to Shoot a Coin with Your iPhone

How to Shoot a Coin with Your iPhone An amazing iPhone photography from Tilo Gockel Tilo Gockel – a professional photographer and expert in the field of lighting and flash lighting. He has published countless articles on photography and image processing in popular...

How to Shoot Food with Your iPhone

How to Shoot Food with Your iPhone iPhone photography from Tilo Gockel Inspired by Alex’s cool iPhone vs Hasselblad whiskey shoot, I decided to try it out myself, to see, where exactly the limits are of a smartphone camera! In my case it’s an iPhone 4s, but I am quite...