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Take Killer Product Photos [Photography Tips]

How to take product photos. When you’re a small business or photographer it’s a good idea to know how to take product photography. This will help in terms of keeping Instagram product photos fresh and new. When tackling product photography it’s good to have a DSLR camera (we use our Sony A7III), shoot with natural light and start collecting your props.

Product photography has become more popular lately with social media. You’ll find small companies dominating with wonderfully shot product images. You’ll also see wellness bloggers making beautiful flat lays when they’re visiting their favorite cafe. If you’re a small company or a DIY that wants to get in on the fun we’re going to break down the top 3 tips on taking product photos. These tips will make your products shine. Whether they’re on Instagram or the website.

For our product photography shoot, we worked with our client Seabold Ginger Beer. They make tasty ginger beer in the Los Angeles area.

Make sure to check out Seabold Ginger Beer here:

Website ▶ seaboldgingerbeer.com
Instagram ▶ instagram.com/seaboldgingerbeer

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