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timmyB Apr 15, 2005 8:26 PM

Hi all,

I have to shoot furniture for a shop and having never done this before was after tips on the best way to achieve this.

The shots will be shot in the warehouse, but it will be possible to set up some sort of makeshift studio.

I don't have a lot of equipment, a few strobes, some umbrellas, reflector/diffuser. I will shoot with my 20D and have the 16-35mm, a 50mm, and 70-200mm.

Any advice would be much appreciated as to how to get a solid result.

Cheers, Tim

calr Apr 16, 2005 7:59 AM

I recommend you post this question in the "General Q & A" section. This section is for posting architectural photos.

Cal

digcamfan May 4, 2005 10:23 AM

Hi TimmyB,

I would do a mix of just the furniture photos combined with the furniture being used by people.

:)

Let your customers decide which they like best.

:idea:


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