The ultimate goal (in my opinion) in creating product photography is to create thumb-stopping content.
Matthew Roharik shot a new ad campaign for Los Angeles super market chain Northgate Market using bold Seamless Paper Backgrounds manufactured by Savage Universal.
With Independence Day knocking on our doors, it’s time to bring some patriotism into your studio! Head over to your local department store to stock up on everything red, white and blue.
If you’re experiencing your slow season now, utilize this free time to experiment with props in the studio!
As a photographer who often works with small products for website catalog shoots or social media content, the Savage Pro LED Light Table and Effects Kit makes these projects a breeze!
Ever wonder how the pros capture close-up still life with such great lighting? A friend and I spent an entire evening photographing a variety of items on the 22″ Savage Product Pro LED Light Table. The Product Pro is a fun and easy way to photograph ﬂowers, leaves, jewelry, glass, feathers, shells, or any still life you can ﬁt on the tray.
We wanted to share your tips and hacks on our blog as insight and inspiration for other photographers, so we asked our Facebook fans a simple request! They briefly shared advice they’ve learned so far in product photography. Here are some of our favorite responses!
David Hakamaki of Cutting Edge Photography recently had a chance to try out the new Savage Product Pro LED Light Table. Check out his review and why he’s adding this convenient LED table to his macro photography tool kit!
The Savage Product Pro LED Light Table: The Ideal Solution to Capturing High Key Product Photography with Ease
The new Savage Product Pro LED Light Table offers a complete setup solution to commercial and ecommerce photographers of all levels, to capturing professional-quality product imagery that requires little or no post-production, with just the press of a button.
From small eCommerce shoots to large ones, your job is to make the client happy. When you have a creative director that knows what they want, this journey will be a piece of cake. Though don’t be afraid to suggest new lighting setups they haven’t thought of or different views of the product that will show the end customer more of the merchandise. You’re on the same team, and the end goal is to create great images that show the product for what they really are.