Friday, September 4, 2009

My Photography Studio

I've started making some mini bowls. Maybe less expensive will result in more sales.

As for my most professional photography studio let's just take a few steps back from the above shot.



The biggest problem with this method are the tiny little ants that keep getting in the shot. Have you got a better idea? I'm open for suggestions.

7 comments:

Theresa said...

Actually, most people say you should use natural light as opposed to a light box with lamps. So, your set-up looks pretty darn good to me. I can't find a good spot to get natural light. As for your ants, I have no idea. Good luck with the smaller bowls!

Nancy said...

Great bowls -- I put my items much the same way you have them only inside right outside of a huge picture window that brings in lots of light.

NICO Designs said...

The bowls look nice.
And what ants? I cannot see them in the photo. Maybe try next to a window? I have a hard time taking pictures outside because the Pecan Trees keep dropping things.

Ann said...

The pics look pretty good to me. If you happen to get an ant or two that strays into the shot just clone them out.

Vhiel said...

wow they are neat bowl. I just started following your blog, hope you can follow mine too!

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Happy Pink Saturday. Love the bowls. Don't see the ants. Why not set these up on an entry table or inside showing someone how you would use them. I always like to get an idea from a display. They are so beautiful. Love the colors. Thanks for sharing. Please stop by and say hi. Country hugs, Sherry

QuirkyDolls said...

Indoors by a bright window works best for me and then i brighten them a little in picasa. And yes, charge $6 for the postcards - they are lovely :)