Mysterious and entrancing – few things add more dramatic flair to an image than a really dark background. Colored photo backgrounds are playful, high energy and always versatile, but sometimes a simple, black background is the ticket.
Product photography can be a lot of fun! It can also be quite complex and notoriously time consuming. There are tons of tools out there, so you can quickly find yourself spending more time setting up and managing your equipment than shooting the product. When that happens; the fun seems to run out quickly. The Savage Product Pro LED Light Table is built to eliminate the headaches and make shooting products fun again!
Product photography can often be overshadowed by more glamorous genres of photography. A common misconception is that products are challenging to shoot and require complex setups. Portrait & editorial photographer, Devaun Lennox, shows us that it is possible to shoot competitive images which rival those of leaders in the industry, all right at home!
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!