I teach a product photography class, and I’m consistently surprised when fairly advanced students still get confused on some basic do’s and don’ts of camera settings for working in the studio, particularly with subjects that aren’t moving. So I drafted this list of ten commandments to help these young photographers maximize their chances of tabletop photography success. Here are those ten suggestions, along with an explanation of why each one is important.
— William Sawalich at Digital Photography Magazine
Shared on May 26, 2014