Latest update above – just to let you know I’m alive. ;) Can’t give you bigger for the moment (I want to give you the original at 12800px) but for copyright reasons I can’t. The biggest problem has really been to make these look ok on a white bottom and ina sort of square angle. You know, everything boringly straight. :)
[Edit: It’s easier to help if you know what I’m doing so here’s what I’ve done. I tried many different ways and I do have another flash that I can use if needed. The tent is 90x90cm. These examples are taken one by one with the 105mm lens. Can’t go shorter. Need them to be possible to place as seen on the picture and I tried 7 different lenses and found 105 to give the “right” feeling. Even tried the 120-300 hehe /Edit] .
Right now I’m currently working with product photography for a company that creates concept for modern interior design. Really nice stuff. Started today by buying tools needed for the task (Tent, glass table etc). There’s about 500 products that I’m going to take pictures of and they all need to have transparent backgrounds. Tricky to get it right. So I’ve been fighting to get the best possible light, with a background that’s easy to extract. (using PS CS3). Products are mostly quite small, pretty square and often white, some glossy. Which makes it a bit tricky. :)
If you have any tips and tricks I’d love to hear it. :)