Product photography tutorial: How to photograph glasses using reverse tilt-shift

In this video, Karl Taylor reveals you his lighting setup for a business glasses shoot and clarify the way to use methods corresponding to reverse tilt-shift and focus stacking to beat the depth of subject points typically skilled when working at excessive magnifications.

For this explicit shoot, the consumer wished two pictures — one the place the glasses have been sharp all through (which he achieved utilizing focus stacking) and one other shot the place solely the entrance face of the product was sharp and the arms drifted out of focus actually shortly (he used tilt-shift in a reverse format to do that).

In addition to explaining how he used these methods, he additionally explains his lighting setup for this product shoot.

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Text, picture and video by way of Karl Taylor