Select the right camera and photo size quality
It’s important to use a nice camera. Fortunately, they have become very affordable. You can’t go wrong with a modern digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) model. I prefer the fuji X-pro I or II which is the newest model – Model I is more affordable in comparison and final results are equally good – here is an example – . Be sure to choose a camera that can capture video, and invest in decent lenses. Using a 50mm lens can accommodate mid-range and portrait work. A 55-200mm lense – here is an example – is great for close-up work and fine food product photography.
Use a tripod
Make sure you use a tripod to keep the camera steady while your are shooting your product. You shouldn’t need to spend a lot of money on a tripod and there are many options out there that start from £50 – here is an example – that is a nice one to get started with and take it with you everywhere.
Keep a white background
Another equally cheap and quite popular option lately is to use a portable mini LED Lightbox like this example here. A great affordable solution to get great results even by just using your camera phone.
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– Author: The Todelli.com editorial team