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How to Capture Professional 360° Product Photos with Basic Gear

1 month ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Dustin Dolby of Workphlo is back with another helpful product photography tutorial. Using only minimal gear, Dolby will show you how to create professional-grade 360° product photos-an increasingly sought-after skill for e-commerce photography.
Most of the setup is extremely minimal, as most of Dolby's home-studio setups tend to be. He's using an old Nikon D5100 with a kit lens and a Yongnuo YN560 III speedlight with the corresponding trigger. The flash is placed inside a strip box, which is suspended above a smartphone-controlled Miops Capsule -a motorized ‘pod' that's typically used for...
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