Posted on May 20, 2011 by Jan Knutsen
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In this episode Mark will show you how easy it is to use a light tent to get nice product pictures.
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@ETforREAL LMFAOOOOO!! Wow!! Good idea, imma go rub to IKEA and get one.. Thnx
Very informative for a newbie like me. I also get some good pointers from thephotographyclinic (.) com
hahaha i found a much cheaper option IKEA sells white laundry baskets, that work just the same way (!) go get one
all haters are free to kill themselves.
@manufactured123 The clip does seem too focused around the one tent. At the same time, though, a lot of light tents have similar characteristics.
OR you can make your own for fairly cheap
According to this video there is actually no way to do product photography without this tent.
as always gr8 video and explained very well.
Wich Lense Are You Using Mark?
Hey Mark! As always I can’t help my self thanking you because this is great stuff, very interesting topics and showed in such a way that it looks really easy and really fun.
Thanks for sharing!
@errorrestricted of course you can, just surround product with normal office paper and use flashesh. but you need softbox or an umbrella to achieve soft light.
@dixgg every column is one stop.
I’ve sold some of my stuff that’s been around a while on Craigslist a while back. I used a small white board (the kind you use dry erase markers for) and two large softboxes. The results were pretty amazing, and I swear they sold very fast just because of the appeal they had due to the professional look of their images. Definitely do not underestimate the power of presentation!
Honestly, just for a few photographs for ebay a white background (paper, wall, cloth, …), a little window light and maybe a white reflector will do just fine.
i believe you can make that thing yourself just by using a box and a couple sheets of paper. i saw how someone did that.
I guess, I have to buy one of these !!!
how can you tell from the histogram how many stop that you are underexpose?
thanks for another awesome video!
4 episodes in a row. cool
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