In this episode Mark will show you how easy it is to use a light tent to get nice product pictures.
The question was inexpensively. Let’s see Canon camera = $2000. Lens
20-70mm f2.8 = $2500. 2 Canon flashes $1000. Pocket wizards = $800. Let’s
not forget SD cards and Adobe Lightroom to process images taken. And then
you have that “tent box”. That is one “inexpensive” and “easy product
Hey Snapfactory, I know this is an old vid, but what kind of light tent
would you suggest, 4 years later?!
Buat belajar photo product basic pake light tent
I can see your reflection in the product.
When you want to have white background for cutting; what do you think is
better? over exposure or setting a light pointing toward the camera lens?
good idea.. is it thick plastic? but do you have enough light through? this
is really interesting option.
@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.
Very informative for a newbie like me. I also get some good pointers from
thephotographyclinic (.) com
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.
how can you tell from the histogram how many stop that you are underexpose?
Good Lord. Why are so many photographers so badly dressed?
@dixgg Experience 🙂
What brand is this tent?
According to this video there is actually no way to do product photography
without this tent.
I guess, I have to buy one of these !!!
4 episodes in a row. cool
which tent is this?
I bought small white box from Kmart its about 2 x 1 1/2 ft and its
perfectly great easily i can fit lights, white sheet and any tile or
shining surface and its just only for $6.24
very nice video ,plz mail me some df tutorial firstname.lastname@example.org
i want this light tent thingy 🙂
thats true 🙂
hahaha i found a much cheaper option 😀 IKEA sells white laundry baskets,
that work just the same way (!) go get one 😀
Hey Mark, it looks uncomfortable..
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