UPDATE WITH PART III: How to Photograph Big Products: Edit, retouch & recolour by Sean Tucker

1/31/2015 ISO1200 MAGAZINE 1 Comments


UPDATE WITH PART III:  RECOLOUR YOUR PRODUCT

Part three will teach you how to recolour your product by sampling a swatch and mapping the target colour onto your image.

PART II: EDITING



A series teaching you the basics of shooting larger products and putting them on a white background.



Part two show you how to edit, retouch, cut your product out onto a white background and add a drop shadow

PART I: THE SHOOTING



This is part one which will teach you lighting and camera settings.

How to Photograph Big Products The shooting by Sean Tucker
Camera settings
I am filming a series teaching you the basics of shooting larger products and putting them on a white background. This will especially suit companies who are looking to set up their own studio to photograph their products and get them onto their website. Here is part one which will teach you lighting and camera settings. -explain Sean-
How to Photograph Big Products The shooting by Sean Tucker
Three lighting setup

To find out more or if you have have any specific questions visit his blog www.seantucker.photography

Thanks for your help Sean this amazing full tutorial.




1 comments:

Brilliant detail, thank you. One question: why do you export from Lightroom and the separately open in Photoshop? If you use select "Edit in Photoshop" from *within* Lightroom, it will create a copy for you, then when you save in photoshop the edited version is filed away in Lightroom right there with the original shoot. Keeps things nicely together rather than having some versions in one place and others elsewhere.