How can I take professional pictures at home with my iPhone?
Your iPhone's camera is perfectly capable of taking great product photos without additional lenses or settings — with a few exceptions. If you are shooting close-ups of products, a macro lens will enable you to capture small, intricate details. This is especially useful for shooting jewelry or other small items.
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5 Tips for Taking Sharp Product Photographs
0:416:40And all you need are a few tools to get started a DSLR or mirrorless camera that gives you fullMoreAnd all you need are a few tools to get started a DSLR or mirrorless camera that gives you full manual control a decent lens a tripod. Or stable shooting platform a. Stand or table for your product.
For best results use a simple white or gray background that won't distract from the product. A white “sweep” works best as it will fill in the space behind and underneath the product, and will also help reflect light onto the product. White seamless paper is a good choice and easy to find at any photography store.
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How do I take quality product photos?
Don't get too artsy
Take a photo or video Tap the Shutter button, or press either volume button to take a photo. Tip: If you want to take a video while you're in Photo mode, touch and hold the Shutter button to record a QuickTake video (iPhone 11 and later).
Use white bounce boards Controlling the lighting is key when learning how to take product photos with an iPhone or Android. Bounce boards help minimize strong shadows and create a more balanced lighting environment to bring out the finest details of your product. You can buy a white bounce board made of foam on Amazon.
6:0610:29Touch. The WB button and then touch the white background. Check your exposure touch the circularMoreTouch. The WB button and then touch the white background. Check your exposure touch the circular exposure button and then touch your product.
Shoot towards the light with the sun (or another strong light source) behind the subject. 3. When taking the photo, tap to set focus, then swipe down on the screen to reduce exposure until your subject appears as a dark silhouette.
To shoot a burst of photos, just hold your finger down on the shutter release button on your iPhone camera as you take a photo. You can review a burst series by tapping "Select…" at the bottom of the burst photo, where you can save the best individual photos or keep the entire series.