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Hey guys I'm no professional photographer, but I've been experimenting with photography tricks etc lately. Go through my Instagram and you can see a lot of results of my experimentation. https://www.instagram.com/golfspymbp/ So thinking about product photos and more specific member reviews, I though it would be nice to share my techniques and maybe start a discussion to help everyone. Of course feel free to chime in with your own tips and suggestions there's a lot I can learn too. Everything lately I've been shooting on my phone. With today's phones and technology anyone can take a great product shot with a little practice. The Balls and BB-8 This photo is 2 white pieces of gloss photo paper, sitting on my dining room table. I've back lit using my iPad on a 100% white screen max brightness. The front is lit using an iPhone on 100% white screen. Keep in mind I took 20 photos moving around the light sources and in the end selecting the one that turned out the best. Shot on manual: f/1.8 1/154 .42mm ISO150 After minor edits - Crop, Brightness, contrast and Saturation. Nike RZN Proto Sat these on a cutting board against white wall. Just moved things around looking for cool composition. Shot in AUTO, tap to focus on front ball. After minor edits - Crop, Brightness, contrast and Saturation. Captain Phasma Shot in a pitch black room on a black piece of wood. This was lit using just an iPhone on 100% blue screen. Shot on manual: f/1.8 2s 4.42mm ISO50 After minor edits - Crop, Brightness, contrast and Saturation. Quick tips: To get full screen colors on tablet or phones use a flashlight app or google and download pure color images. https://www.google.ca/search?q=100%25+white+jpg&espv=2&biw=1920&bih=951&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjBveKKoJjKAhVKbj4KHU-TC7kQ_AUIBigB#tbm=isch&q=white+jpg+background