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DIY Product Photos - Easy, Cheap and Good-looking

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Take your own professional-looking product photos using equipment and techniques so easy and affordable it's just ridiculous. Also learn about the art of lighting and how to use it to your advantage. Watch and find out how! https://www.lukeayers.com.au
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Matt Sanchez (3 hours ago)
Just came here to see all the positive comments comments because Luke you nailed it 🤘
Noe Flores (7 hours ago)
thank you God bless you
LM Shows (13 hours ago)
Awesome tips, great examples and very clear instruction. My photos came out so much better after following your advice, thank you so much!
CYAN BABE (1 day ago)
Thank you so much
Port Bizz (3 days ago)
dam this is a good video. i mean a 9 minute video without someone talking nonsense. every word came out of your mouth was a teaching moment ..not someone trying to sound smart but ends up sounding stupid "yeah i've been doing photography for 20 years, and i know you want to do photography. listen all you need to is believe in yourself .. you can do it. you can do it. well i'm not going to talk , i'm goign to go ahead and show youhow to do it. by the way. if you dont believe in yourself, just close your eyes and you'll know, dream big. when i first starting doing photography i told my girlfriend. baby , i want to buy a camera.. blah blah blah blah ....." gosh man, thank you for not boring me to death. nice video
Luke Ayers (2 days ago)
Thanks a lot, mate 😊
CHERYL CHISHOLM (4 days ago)
Great teacher. I'm subscribing to learn more from you. Thanks!
Joe Sax (4 days ago)
Great video. just great. thank you.
YAYA BOMA-BIBI (5 days ago)
Thank you LUKE!
ABE MOGES (5 days ago)
am glade to see this great magic thank you a lot
Sathya N (6 days ago)
Yes , I am looking at that
abigail salem (7 days ago)
I love your tutorials it's easy to understand
Adnan Naseer (7 days ago)
You done a great job Luke..... 👍👍👍
Martin Moore (8 days ago)
Thank you fantastic
Bailey Clark (8 days ago)
Thank you...you’re a great teacher
Debra Moss (8 days ago)
Genius!
RadialTV (9 days ago)
Amazing video - so simple and well explained. Thank you!
Neil Maclaren (9 days ago)
What was the size of the white foam /PVC sheet?
ARE YOU A GENUIS?
Aurora Banks (9 days ago)
You are so cute, it's that smile that gets me😊😘
Leigh Bohlen (10 days ago)
The better question is where do I get those boots?
Louis Amoroso (10 days ago)
Please can someone tell me the name of the big white sheet. Where to buy one.
Liftingoverfifty (10 days ago)
Thank you for such a simple easy explanation, you are a true professional. Thanks so much!
Frenchby Frenchie (11 days ago)
the best video about photographing products ever! thanks
Jennadene Williams (12 days ago)
Such a helpful video! Thank-you so much. Can't wait to put this to the test.
Luis D (14 days ago)
Awesome job. I couldn't turn away.
Sky Harris (14 days ago)
You are the best photography teacher!
CoUre Coaching (15 days ago)
You are a great teacher, simple and good info!
Stuart Kaufman (15 days ago)
Is it a "Good Idea" to use long exposure on a tripod with a remote to white out the BG even more? I've tried that and it makes the pic brighter but what are the pros and cons?
Pradip Kotecha (16 days ago)
Hi Luke. As most of them have already said...a great video and I have just subscribed...thank you for your wonderful humbleness and sharing this valuable information. I am trying to help my son and daughter in law take product shots for ebay and amazon. Its amazon where we strugle to take great product shots with complete 100% white backgorund . A couple of questions how do create what you have just shown us which is absolutely amazing but with pure white background... and secondly what about larger products and what if they are or lighter or white in colour. Hoping you can help me over here. Is there a link to something similar you have done. Incidentally I am off to the Photography show in Birmingham at the NEC so will check out an inexpensive way to do Amazon type of photos....yours look great so will check what I can buy. Where are you based...UK? Wishing you all the very best in life.
Thomas Maina (16 days ago)
Great video Luke, I really enjoyed and learnt a lot about lighting in photography. And it was all in the delivery. Thanks mate.
Lori P (17 days ago)
Thank you, super helpful :-)
Luigi Gallerani (17 days ago)
I am a pro photographer, Finally a video that does NOT waste his audience talking 50 minutes about camera settings! Bravo good tutorial for product photographer beginner, with simple setup (as it always should be).
Devine Elegance (19 days ago)
Wow. This was awesome quick and easy to understand!
Becky Mader (21 days ago)
Great video! Would love some suggestions on a setup for larger items.
Avecforte (21 days ago)
Great stuff
fatheen firdous (21 days ago)
Best video about product photography and simple lighting techniques
Kad Horvath (22 days ago)
Great video, very useful and exactly what I was looking for. A great tutorial on a fast, easy and cheap way to make your product look good. Loved it.
PixelFodder (22 days ago)
Solid tips mate
Abed Ibrahim (22 days ago)
I like your style...keep it up : )
Ron Cornelison (23 days ago)
Awesome, Tutorial Luke, very well done and so easy to duplicate your results. Thank you!
White Picket Vintage (23 days ago)
This was a very good tutorial but I noticed a strong yellow cast on the final image. Even the white background looked kind of orange. Is that because of the paper? I already have a lot of yellow to my images and don't want more of that. What if the bulb was more blue? Would that offset it?
Vderina (24 days ago)
Wonderful tutorial! Thank you... So easy and charming
Linda Thomas (24 days ago)
Luke, do you recommend just white background, or can someone use light pastel color background, like very light green, blue or pink? thanks
Emily Liberman (24 days ago)
You are so COOLY GOOD teacher, that I actually found myself answering you. 😁
Hurrght Oláffson (26 days ago)
Thank you so much for the lesson! I've just finished watching the video and I already have the necessary material on the table. :)
Sidney Boo (26 days ago)
I am a beginning reseller and this, just saved me so much money. thank you!
sharonid89 (26 days ago)
You're hilarious XD. Also, very helpful thank you!
eli (26 days ago)
my shoe box is black
Kelly Kennedy (27 days ago)
Thank you for the information. For me, wants professional product photos on a major budget, this was great. A lot of wonderful ideas and all things we have at home. I appreciate you taking the time to explain this.
Rosy Jalifi (27 days ago)
Thank you for such an informative video.
Ariff Firdaus (27 days ago)
This is literally the best tutorial I've seen on YouTube, great explanation!
Beyza Aktas (27 days ago)
this was awesome learned a lot thanks!
aashiqpkm pkm (1 month ago)
Wonderful simple ..no confusions no complicated calculations ..Thanks a lot
R Brow (1 month ago)
Bravo! 👏
Saint Germain (1 month ago)
This guy is good......very helpful......thanks a lot!!!
JiBZ (1 month ago)
круто!
Vishalia Pillay (1 month ago)
Thanks so much for this awesome video!!
Jill Gross (1 month ago)
Luke, this really made a huge difference in my photo! Thank you so much!
Sara Jane Haven (1 month ago)
This is THE most useful product photography video I have seen yet! Well done, thanks so much! I stapled the parchment paper between two frames of poster board so I can hold it easily at any height and angle.
Cody Criss (1 month ago)
That lighting really got my dick hard.
Tami Smith (1 month ago)
This is an awesome video! Your voice is very soothing and your simple tips go a long way!
Juraj Benadik (1 month ago)
Awesome! No more words needed.
Izzazzo (1 month ago)
Likable Luke!
Content Blender (1 month ago)
I could not figure out what "Baking Paper" was. Finally found it. "Parchment paper, Baking Paper, or bakery release paper are cellulose-based papers that have been treated or coated to make them non-stick. They are used in baking as a disposable non-stick surface. They should not be confused with wax paper or waxed paper, which is paper that has been impregnated with wax."Wikipedia. Thank you for the simple, informative and effective tutorial! ~God Bless~ Colorado, USA
JORGE CARMONA (1 month ago)
Wow, good job!!! I actually learned something more about photo composition... 👍📸😉
Abraham George (1 month ago)
Great tutorial. Allow me to add a few improvements from my own experience. 1. Use two or more sources of light. This is important to get a good white background. Your final picture still had a off-white background which is not good for product photography 2. Use reflectors only to really fine tune. With two or more light source you may not need reflectors. 3. Some LED lights an cause bands in the picture. You are probably better of with CFL lights as shown in this video. 4. Amazon seller app has a cool photo tool that makes most off-white background turn white. You don’t need digital cameras anymore
Prabhu Kafle (1 month ago)
I rarely comment but had to on this tutorial. What a way to share the basics of lighting, with clear and concise explanation and easy to follow what you wanted to share. Thanks.
eDITH tINCOPA (1 month ago)
thank you very much!!!!
Am Mb (1 month ago)
DAYUM YOUR TUTORIAL WORKED PERFECTLY FOR MY PRODUCTS
Spencer Haddy (1 month ago)
hey you're super entertaining lol thank you for this (also helpful as i'm doing this for a company)
Matej Ribič (1 month ago)
Dud this is awesome for noobs like me :)
Jennifer Smith (1 month ago)
your the best,,,say it as it is,,perfect,cheers
Michael Ørsted (1 month ago)
Great stuff. Are you in any way related to Jeff Goldblum? XD
SlashN BurN (1 month ago)
It's only words, and words are all that matter for a better understanding. I would say... Boom, just look at that guyz... how simply can you teach by using right words. Thank you so much luke. BTW. any household item to make a tripod.. lol.. :)
b1blazin13 (1 month ago)
Thanks man. Homemade tools for photography
red 7 (1 month ago)
thank you Luke
James McGuire (1 month ago)
So how does a person photograph something flat like a cutting board? and to make it seem harder a light colored cutting board like a maple?
ilhan çalışkan (1 month ago)
reallly really perfect explanation
COSYSPEED (1 month ago)
Great tutorial! 👍
sfbayareagirl (1 month ago)
Thx Luke. I really love your tutorial. Simple, no extra bs, no annoying music even! lol. I cant wait to try tomorrow. Will give feedback after, meaning a pic, if it works. eek!
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
Brilliant! Let me know
Taylor Cowles (1 month ago)
I am shooting with a Canon Rebel T6. I have been shooting products in the close-up auto mode, but what kind of aperture would I need for manual mode? The product pictures I am taking are coming out looking like they are floating in air because the background is coming out too white.
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
It depends what kind of look you want. If you watch my other video on camera basics 101 it might help. If the background is becoming brighter than the product then shift where your light is pointing and light the product more than the background
Yamin Musthafa (1 month ago)
subbed
Jan Plexy (1 month ago)
4:46 - "look at that" 4:51 - "look, look at that" 5:12 - "ohh, look at that" 5:14 - "ohh, man, look at that" 5:30 - "woow, look at that!!" 7:40 - "boom, ooh, look at that" 8:10 - "look at that" 8:32 - "look at that, look at that" 8:58 - "now, look at that!"
Port Bizz (3 days ago)
+Luke Ayers man don't listen to that nonsense. everybody has connecting sentences in some form or the other. you should not have wasted your precious time replyingto this. trust me. i watch a lot of videos on numerous subjects and 99.9999% of them bore you to death for 4 minutes with jibberish. this is a good informative dam video.!!!!
Cody Hollaway (10 days ago)
Would you just look at that?
hyacinthdibley2 (19 days ago)
Jan Plexy ........are sure you are looking?
Paul Spivey (24 days ago)
Jan obviously has a lot of time on his hands
Hurrght Oláffson (26 days ago)
Ohh, look at that: Jan Plexy is REALLY BORING, isn't He?
Soul Fly (1 month ago)
just add back light to the photo when editing using free photoscape program , ez pz
EVO CNG (1 month ago)
Excellent description, can you pls also share camera settings you used . thanks,
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
I think it was 1/125th shutter speed, 5.6 aperture and something like maybe 200 or 400 ISO
Patricia Rose (1 month ago)
Thanks for a basic lighting video🙋 I am a newbie. U just eased my fear
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
Great to hear! Thanks
karan verma (1 month ago)
You're amazing in terms of teaching. ❤️
Yilena Vargas (1 month ago)
By far my favourite tutorial, you made me laugh so many times 😂 I love that you are saving people money and not promoting expensive products. Thank you.
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
Awesome! thank you
Josmel Jara (1 month ago)
Great video mate! Is there a need to edit your last photo? and What can it be improved by editing it?
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
Thanks buddy. Yes if you know how to cut out objects using photoshop you can get a pure white background
Kash Prasad (1 month ago)
This guy knows how to teach.
matt suhajda (1 month ago)
I went to the hardware store to look for the white board but was unable to find it. Can somebody link up a similar board for me, or at least point me in the right direction?
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
Hey mate. They are called many names. It's like an acrylic white sheet or something. Or just show someone the picture and ask them to tell you what it is. Sorry I cant be more specific
M S (1 month ago)
Cheers!
Matt Simon (1 month ago)
Dude this is awesome and JUST what I needed! Very simple and to the point love it, will be using this for eBay. Subscribed 🙂
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
Brilliant to hear. Thanks matt!
chaitanya kumar (1 month ago)
Informative
Kate Lahendro (1 month ago)
Thank you sooo much !! I had just watched another video which was good but was obviously advertising for lighting, etc. This was so helpful and so well done. I just loved it.
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
Wicked! Thank you very much
Nicole Gin-Dozier (1 month ago)
Thank you. I was looking for simple instructions on how to take good product pictures outside of a studio and with inexpensive props. This helped a lot.
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
You're very welcome!
SemiAutoKid__ (1 month ago)
Hey man great video
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
Thanks bro 👍🏻
Stevan Obradovic (1 month ago)
I would give you 1000 likes if I could! Great video, thank you!
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
😁👍🏻
Theresia D R S (1 month ago)
Thanks Luke!!
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
You're welcome!
Chaz Steadman (1 month ago)
I understand that you need a manual control for exposure but I missed the part about how you want it set. Otherwise, great video, mate.
Luke Ayers (1 month ago)
Cool, thanks. I'll make further videos explaining manual settings later. You can also check out my camera 101 tutorial

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