Post # 1
Any tips from bees on taking photos of my paper products from my wedding, and other parties? I have a decent camera, but just want to take shots at home so I can post them here and on other sites and they actually look good, rather than my fingers holding them up and the lighting be horrible.
Post # 3
One thing I learned is to just create a backdrop with a roll of wrapping paper (you can use the white side or the coloured side, whatever you want) or a roll of kraft paper. I have a bulletin board I prop up on a chair against my diningroom table, clip the paper to the top, and roll it down across the table. I put my table pretty much against the window so I can light with natural light (make sure you white balance properly if your camera has the settings for it). It’s pretty quick to set up and makes it look terrific. You can prop your products up by putting a glass or whatever behind it since it’ll be hidden by the item.
Post # 4
Thanks!! I knew you would be able to give some great advice 😉