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PS TOP TIP SESSION 6 – The Angle of Dangle

Once you know ‘Why’ you are taking a product shot, or in other words when you are clear on your result you want to achieve, how do you go about ensuring you build that into your workflow? This tutorial works through the method needed to guarantee that result.

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Visual Communication in Practice

Visual Communication in Practice

Visual Language in Practice. Have you seen PS Top Tip Session 4? This article supports that session where we discuss the topic of talking visually through images. What should we be aware of to make us better communicators? Watch both of these articles to improve your visual language skills

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Lighting Types in use

Lighting Types and Their Uses

This article updates you on my thought processes about lighting types, and what I think is good for product photography and why. Technology is moving quickly and now there is more choice than ever for the discerning photographer

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Simple Lighting

PS TOP TIP SESSION 3 – Simple Lighting

The lesson in this tutorial is this…Keeping things like lighting simple will help your photography improve. Something does not need to be complex in order for it to be effective. This 3rd tutorial session demonstrates how we should go about setting our shots up, the easy way!

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Small Space

PS TOP TIP SESSION 2 – Small Space, Big Imagination

This session deals with the concept of the small space and limited lighting. From talking to the members of Shoot Products Like A Pro, this can be a problem. So, I set myself a test to see what I would do when faced with similar challenges.

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