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How to Create a Double Exposure Effect

How to Create a Double Exposure Effect

Posted by © broncolor on Sep 22nd 2021

The goal was to create a mystical look that inspires the viewer to look twice. At the same time, I wanted to keep the set up simple and straightforward. An additional challenge was to separate the bla …

How to Photograph Cosmetic Products

How to Photograph Cosmetic Products

Posted by Urs Recher on Sep 22nd 2021

In this tutorial, we will cover the lighting for flash photography using an example of an eye shadow box.Your learning nuggets: How to photograph make-upLighting setupLighting matte, textured and g …

The Ultimate Product Photography Lighting Setup

The Ultimate Product Photography Lighting Setup

Posted by © broncolor on Sep 22nd 2021

Getting a lighting setup that fits many different products is key for many online businesses. In Ecommerce photography, the color, size, and glossiness can vary a lot from an object to another. Let's …

How to Photograph a Vitra Chair

How to Photograph a Vitra Chair

Posted by Urs Recher on Sep 17th 2021

The central task was to photographically reproduce the forms and the idiosyncratic construction of this design chair. I decided to use shadow as the dominant photographic design element.Since the …

How to Photograph a Glossy Object: Bottle

How to Photograph a Glossy Object: Bottle

Posted by Urs Recher on Sep 17th 2021

Photography of glossy objects can quickly become very complex. Setting up more and more light is rarely the right solution, especially for highly glossy objects. It is more promising to think ab …

How to Shoot with Reflection Elements

How to Shoot with Reflection Elements

Posted by Urs Recher on Sep 17th 2021

When shooting opaque objects like for example red wine bottles, the photographer works primarily with reflections. Light traveling through the object should only be used very carefully, as it mi …

The Magic of Parabolic Lighting

The Magic of Parabolic Lighting

Posted by Karl Taylor on Sep 17th 2021

As a professional photographer, one of the most common questions I get asked is “If you could have just one lighting modifier, what would you choose?” And my answer is always the same — “The Para …

How to Shoot an Exploding Bottle

How to Shoot an Exploding Bottle

Posted by Urs Recher on Sep 15th 2021

As a main light, a boxlite 40 is positioned not more than 50 cm on the right of the object. The acrylic diffuser of this light shaper guarantees very even and sharp edged reflections on the broken …

How to Photograph a Fruit: Granadilla

How to Photograph a Fruit: Granadilla

Posted by © broncolor on Feb 15th 2014

The fruit (called granadilla) is hanging on a very thin, almost invisible fishing filament. The grey backdrop has a hole that is just a little smaller than the granadilla. This hole is hidden behi …

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