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How To Shoot Product Shots: 3 Cheap And Easy Setups | Cinematography Techniques

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Hrishikesh Sonar (4 days ago)
I'm gonna get those fake ice cubes! Great video though!👌👌
Joman Radaza (7 days ago)
This is what you call a true tutorial! Great! Thanks men.
Brandon Poulin (8 days ago)
Love this video! Thank you! What turn table is that?
Mariana C (8 days ago)
what's the name of the led stick light?
It’s a yongnuo YN360 (I found it on amazon)
goitselegoete (8 days ago)
dope adverts. I buy
R J (10 days ago)
What is the brand of the rgb sticklight?
Shutterstock Tutorials (10 days ago)
It’s a yongnuo yn-360 - you’ll find it on amazon
Nai Nai (10 days ago)
Looking for how to shoot commercial video by using phone only😅
Hega Films (12 days ago)
What is that black backdrop you use on the iced tea shot? muslim? savage paper or black velvet cloth? I am looking for something that doesn´t reflect light
Hega Films (11 days ago)
@Shutterstock Tutorials Thank you!!
Shutterstock Tutorials (11 days ago)
Look around for some black duvetyne. That's what I use. But any black cloth or fabric will work.
kukuto2 (12 days ago)
That was really inspiring and nice video! Just if we calculate the lights and everything that you use it will be not so cheap for sure :)
whats the name of the rotating device
Leonardo Dias (26 days ago)
Can we have some links for that RGB LED tube light and for that rotating platform??
Samar Ali Khan (26 days ago)
So Good!
innovationsurvival (27 days ago)
Great video, simply great.....
Mukesh mack (27 days ago)
awesome sir, please make more vidos on this content
Nikonicus Maximus (1 month ago)
Very nice
David Drejer (1 month ago)
nice setup
konradnoises (1 month ago)
Nice lighting set up that slant tho', it got me suffering all the way through
James Chandler (1 month ago)
Phenomenal info. Thank you
Bellabogo (1 month ago)
Could you provide a link to the turn table?
Marius M. KPAROTCHI (1 month ago)
thank you
BlooodDagger (1 month ago)
Less than $200 and he do it with a $10,000 camera :)
Y. Djenkov (1 month ago)
Dude, did you do an "Optical flow" on the last product - the light?
DreamHouseVideosCom (1 month ago)
When doing the slider shots on the cider ad, did you have a helper to pull focus (i.e. when sliding toward or away from the product)? Seems to me it would be too much for a single person to both use the slider and pull focus. Any advice would be appreciated.
Shutterstock Tutorials (1 month ago)
Those are actually just digital zooms in premiere. In certain cases you can make it look like a slider move, and you don’t have to worry about pulling focus.
Marco CasadO (1 month ago)
excellent, great tips !
Louis Black (1 month ago)
I would totally buy the flashlight!
Seychellois (2 months ago)
Great Tutorial!
JC Dijan (2 months ago)
that reflection lighting was nee to me. Thanks a lot!
Facetih Fashion (2 months ago)
Less than $200....then turns on a aperture 120d
Loïc Leung (2 months ago)
i learned a lot ! liked thannksss a lot
Vic Noseworthy (2 months ago)
For your slide in/out shots, did you have someone pulling focus? (Seems to me it would be very difficult for one person to both slide camera and pull focus at the same time). Awesome video, by the way! Thanks.
Tom Buttram (2 months ago)
can you do an ad for me?
A Google User (2 months ago)
we're going to pretend you set up a camera on a tripod and magically found that lumber that was obviously purchased at home depot? How can I take you seriously if you're going to try and pass off that obvious bullshit?
Bao After Work (2 months ago)
Thanks for the video. I learnt a lot. Wondering what's brand and model of the light you use. The small ones on the light stand.
Sarena (2 months ago)
Please rotating machin name
Thomas Windfeld (2 months ago)
WOW! Nice!!!
Farid xdxd (2 months ago)
like and suscribe. Niceee!!
DreamHouseVideosCom (2 months ago)
When doing the slider shots on the cider ad, did you need to make numerous attempts in order to pull focus properly (i.e. when sliding toward or away from the product)? Seems to me it would take a few tries. (Excellent video, btw! Thanks!)
Master Photog (2 months ago)
Thank you for a great video, keep up the good work!
Pablo D'Agostino (3 months ago)
Your prism is broken. That makes me feel better about my broken prism (which I carry in my pocket and as a result, all my pants have holes in them).
Shutterstock Tutorials (2 months ago)
Yep - I think the prism was literally taken out of the box and then I dropped it within somewhere around 30 seconds. At-least it adds more need stuff for light to bounce around in.
Norris Thompson II (3 months ago)
Can you put a link here for that rotating table? That would be awesome to have!
Wow so cool man~~^^
Brianne Hadley (3 months ago)
wear it I guess.... lol lol
Rex Smith II (3 months ago)
Very neat video. How did you get those voice overs.? They sound so good
Anthony Beatport (3 months ago)
Would be nice to learn more about the rotating platform.
Pen Umbra (3 months ago)
this is like thee most amazing shit i have ever seen... the level of creativity is literally developmentally disabled
GustavoArceMusic (3 months ago)
Please what is the lights model
Lythal Mind (3 months ago)
yavor penkov (3 months ago)
Deamn good :)
Johnnie (4 months ago)
This was amazingly good. Now it’s time to get these feet wet.
UpsideGeek (4 months ago)
This is AMAZING! Just what I needed :)
grimlightimages (4 months ago)
Great video and content.
Dream Color (4 months ago)
Please more video
Dream Color (4 months ago)
Thanks bro really appreciate and active...
AFGHAN STORES Since 1969 (4 months ago)
how much will you charge for a 30sec perfume Ad like the one you have shot ?
La Frenchy Sports News (4 months ago)
"Easy setup" . . . Builds a god damn table
MrVangassen (4 months ago)
Yea dumpster Wood like this costs money in most of countries around the world. Haha nice try.
Trevor Reed Studios (4 months ago)
Man, you are awsome. Superb video.
Quiony Navarro (4 months ago)
I like it its help me but... is no 200$
Svein Arne Nesøy (4 months ago)
200$ limit? i think you forgot about the time you spent on pre production
Alex López (4 months ago)
Thank you for helpful demo. Shots look great!
c2aus (4 months ago)
RetroCameraCool (4 months ago)
Great! Thanks for sharing🙏🏻⚡️😎
Madera (4 months ago)
This will come handy one day. Thx!!!!!
digerati digerati (4 months ago)
Awesome tutorial! Thanks
Mister Mayhem (4 months ago)
Wow your dumpster wood still has barcode tags on them fantastic!
Pigumon (1 month ago)
"Just drop the lumber off by the dumpster, no one will grab it. I'll pick it up tomorrow."
Mister Mayhem (3 months ago)
@Shutterstock Tutorials I wish I had the same dumb luck. 😂
Shutterstock Tutorials (3 months ago)
I swear with all seriousness I found this wood in the dumpster. Well, sitting right next to the dumpster. I guess someone threw away some new wood. Point is - dumpster wood = free.
Diocaremar Loro (4 months ago)
where did you buy that rotating stuff? i'm not sure if that's lazy susan?
Daniel Rayshah (4 months ago)
yeap..what i need is here..cool!
Anupam Adke (4 months ago)
What a vedio man keep it up loved ya
imaginetMedia (4 months ago)
This is amazing. Excellent tutorial. Thanks for sharing your skill and knowledge
Danyal Fryer (4 months ago)
Holy poop! This was what I was looking for! I have a small light box, but I need to start investing more into lights and diy ... absolutely amazing work!
Emanuel Schimpfössl (4 months ago)
Jonathan Graham II (4 months ago)
Amazing thanks for sharing!!!
Neoray (4 months ago)
the best tutorial for product shots :) great job . Wish i had known this a earlier
lovelyn elizalde (4 months ago)
what led light did you use
Elfina Salafin (5 months ago)
This is really helpful. Love your video content ❤️
Carlos Garcia (5 months ago)
Just what I was looking for. Thanks for the awesome tutorial.
Jon Encarnacion (5 months ago)
Great work! Very informative and helpful
TJ Marx (5 months ago)
That piece of acrylic you used in the perfume ad costs cheapest $119 in Australia.
Pigumon (1 month ago)
Lol "costs cheapest"??? Anyway if acrylic is expensive where you are, chances are glass is cheap. OR DIY pro tip.... go to a home interior store and buy a cheap framed poster, pull out the thin sheet of acrylic from there.
Tesha's Money School (2 months ago)
Buy some cheap white paper and spray it with metallic gray paint 😉
Just Jess (5 months ago)
I have studied this video over and over (literally 5 times). I just got in a turntable and love it. I just made my first 2 product videos and am very happy with them. Thanks so much for the tips! Also it would be fantastic if you had links to your gear in the description (or at least just a list). Awesome video, this is why YouTube is amazing for learning!
Oscar Sauce (5 months ago)
I love your ads at the intro. I want all those things!
Omar KA (5 months ago)
very nice video
BRILLIANT! LOVE the humour in the "mock up" ads. I hope that one day I can be as cool as you Todd;)
Shutterstock Tutorials (5 months ago)
Thanks so much for the kind words!
Julius Amontos (6 months ago)
U should have made our advertisement. Now what we've done is clearly a mess😂😂😂
TheKSProduction (6 months ago)
You have a tutorial about lighting but you don't say what kind of lights you use. Mind sharing?
Pigumon (1 month ago)
@Meathippie The camera is the biggest investment. But even that can be found used for under $500.
Meathippie (4 months ago)
Well he also says that he wants to do it in less than 200 dollars and then hits record on a camera that costs thousands:D
Micha Roth Foto & Film (4 months ago)
He says it actually. Aputure 120d through the shower curtain, the other lights look the similar. Could be CAME-TV Boltzen maybe. The Light Stick he uses to backlight the ice tea commercial and at 5:40 looks like a yognuo yn360 or something similar. The big softbox is probably a Aputure lightdome with a Aputure 120d I assume. Hope that helps!
Mercury Studio (6 months ago)
So good man. Thanks!!!
Tom's Tech Time (6 months ago)
What's the name of that LED stick light?
A1 Lenz Productions (7 months ago)
Wow this video was really helpful!! Thank you so much !!
Woodson Long Studios (7 months ago)
This was good bro!!!
Abhishek V (7 months ago)
Thank you for a lovely video. Your video helped me understand a lot. It worked wonders for me.
Utsab Rocks (7 months ago)
you just nailed it... want more such video
Alexander Williams (7 months ago)
may i know the camera or camcorder you are using?
White Lily Films (7 months ago)
Dope, I do a lot of product photography like this, but love spinning table ideas. I'll go back and look, but did you link your choice spinning platform somewhere?
Queen sheedah (7 months ago)
I'm about to watch this one million times. Very helpful and creative. God bless you for sharing
Raychristofer (7 months ago)
Outstanding tutorial bro. Huge respect
Agustin AR (7 months ago)
Buenisimo !
Tracy Pham (7 months ago)
You did amazing jobs. Thank you so much for shareing. I have so much products that need help withmaking products videos. Could you please Kindly work with me? Thank you Tracy
Atomsk (8 months ago)
700 Dollar lens - "Budget friendly" Great content though
Nebulous FilmZ (1 month ago)
It’s actually pretty cheap if you think about what you are getting with this lens.
Anna Encheva (8 months ago)
What is the rotating table that you use? I am in the process of looking to get one and would love to know some recommendations.
Shutterstock Tutorials (8 months ago)
https://amzn.to/2KaLLHO - This is the one I have I think. Honestly, it's a bit expensive, and there might be others out there. That one can handle a whole bunch of weight though. - Todd
John Gatapia (8 months ago)
What is that turn-table thing that you're using? Thank you!
Joey Pilaro (8 months ago)

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