I am a hardware and software reviewer and pictures are a very important element of them. Have been learning as I go and picked up some tips as well and learning a few things by trial and error.
I have a box I built here as well as a tent I bought which I will post about later. My main issue is I review items such as computer cases which are too large for the tent I have. I have come a long way though and lighting is so important for these shots.
This was my very first review and I was such a noob I didn't even know about neutral white backgrounds lol
(Images are thumbnails off our server just click on them for larger image)
Using the tent and digital imaging bulbs I picked up I took the pics for my latest article and getting there ..... any suggestions welcome.
Now onto larger items and backdrops. I used the same digital imaging bulbs and picked up a backdrop which is simply a table liner. It's plastic on the outside but a soft flat white satin on the inside which doesn't reflect . I will have to hunt down the pics I took of this setup but posting a result below.
EDIT: Found the pics
The review using this setup:
Anyway my first thread on this and any tips welcome as well as any tips I can give been doing these reviews for over 2 years now