London-based interdisciplinary photographer Sean Tucker has created a helpful three-part video tutorial that teaches the basics of shooting larger products in a studio in front of a white background.
Part One: Shooting
Tucker starts out by walking through camera settings and setting up your lighting for the shot.
Part Two: Editing
Next, we learn about the editing process from retouching the image and cutting the product out onto a pure white background to adding a drop shadow.
Part Three: Recoloring
Tucker concludes by discussing sampling and gradient mapping. This is a technique for recoloring the product by sampling a swatch and then mapping the target color onto your photograph.