Need a good background for a small object or even have a green screen studio with not much shadows just with simple office items?
Wondering if you will have good photos with digital cameras.
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Step 1: Materials
Paper (depending on your object) Any color of choice
Tape (any tape)
Stand or wall
Objects to be captured
Step 2: Choosing the Size of a Paper
Any paper will do may it be Oslo paper or even bond paper will do as long as the object will fit in
Step 3: Set-up
After Choosing the paper you will just have to tape the end to the wall or stand
then tape the other end to the base or the ground
Step 4: Light
The position of the light depends on the user when you want shadow in front or even shadow at the back
just explore the position of the light.
Step 5: Camera
The camera may have flash for better light
the camera must be set to auto program so that you wont set it too much.
I am using a T900 Digital Camera
Step 6: Sample of the Image
here is some pictures taken from the lighting studio
Step 7: Green Screen
Screen could be changed depending on you but for changing the background with a program you will be using Green paper,
after taking the picture with the green paper use a program to change the background
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