DIY Product Photography on a Budget

Another foray into the world of DIY photography, this time the tutorial comes from the Digital Photography School web site and involves using items that you can find around the house to set up a make-shift product photography studio. In emulating the set-up, I used two white cutting boards, a silver reflective surface (in my case, aluminum foil), clear soda for bubbles, and a cd jewel case as for the small reflection under the product.



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