Your white seamless background might look pretty good to the naked eye, and in your camera. By opening the image in Photoshop, you can verify that the background is in tip top shape—and perform a little retouching if you see imperfections.
- When it comes to shooting product photography,…there are many situations…where you will need to make a background pure white.…And by pure white, I mean…absolutely, perfectly, completely, and totally white.…That's so you copy it against a web page,…or maybe it's going into print,…and you want it on a white background.…Whatever the case may be,…you need to get to that pure, perfect white.…Now you may be really good at shooting white backgrounds.…You may have an image on your camera…that looks like it's pure white.…You may open it in Photoshop,…and think it's still pure white.…But then when you check it, it isn't.…So this video is to show you how to check it.…
How to verify that your background really is…totally, 100%, pure, perfectly white.…If it isn't, then you're gonna have to fix that,…and I'm gonna show you…a quick technique that I like to use to fix that,…but there are dozens of ways that you can…go about making your background perfectly white.…This video isn't about showing you how to do that.…You can search this site, or search the internet,…
Need a refresher on the basics? Check out Joseph's Photography 101 series.
- Shooting with a smartphone or full-size camera
- Creating a softbox setup for shooting small products
- Shooting against a white seamless background
- Lighting for product photography
- Shooting accurate color
- Retouching product photography in post