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    Default How-To for photographing business products

    I'm wondering if anyone can share how they photograph their products to make it look professional? So what background do you use, is there a specific program? I've read about the white background on a 90 degree angle (so a sheet or piece of material) but it still doesn't look good.

    I'm wanting to make my pics look more shmick so any advice, not just from WAHM's but togs would be much appreciated!

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    I use a light box. It makes the photos look so much more professional.

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    One suggestion I've heard but am yet to try is black or white surface, a bokeh background and a direct light source.

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    the only tip I have is - lighting is everything.

    get some bright lights to shine on it and make sure that the product is displayed well and lit properly

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