technique and tips on photographing your craft product
Usually, when we’re photographing food, crafts or any close up pictures, Stud uses a low aperture by setting his camera to f/1.8 – f/3.2. When we’re photographing our sweet B’s playing outside, Stud sets his aperture between f/5.6 – f/8. And when we are photographing family portraits and landscape, Stud sets his aperture between f/8 – f/11.
Looking for an inexpensive way to make yourself a variety of backgrounds for your food and small object photography? Make sure to read the post for lots of ideas for taking better food and craft photos for your blog… Or take better pictures for selling small items on ebay… Part 1… Make yourself a pallet studio- on the cheap, and see how you can change it up! This links to a part 2 with great ideas for other inexpensive photo backgrounds!
Want to show prospective customers that your products are unique, high quality, and created by a real, live person? Wish you could show how much tender loving care goes into creating the items you sell? The best way to accomplish this is to photograph the details that make your products great. The following 5 types …