Product Photography Tip 02/20

January 22, 2018

This is a blog series where I share my most useful Product Photography tips. These tips will help you take better photos of your products whether you work from your studio, home office or kitchen table.  Visit the blog every Tuesday to see a new tip. There are 20 in total and you can see all published tips under the category ‘Product Photography Tips’.

 

 

[02/20] Use a window with indirect sunlight

If you’re a firm believer in using natural light in your photos (and are patient enough to wait for the right time and day) try to photograph your products near a large window that faces away from the sun. Sunlight is too harsh and will give you very harsh shadows. In the shade the sunlight is bouncing from various directions and therefore you should get nice soft shadows. And the good news is, this works even better on cloudy weather!

 

Top tip: combine this with the last tip and you’re good to go!

 

 

 

 

Did you give it a go? I’d love to see what you’ve done with this week’s tip.

Please share your results using #20photographytips

 

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