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Shoot it - Patches

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Shoot It! A Product Photography Primer taught by Caro Sheridan

Need help selling your sweater pattern or any other handmade good online? Caro Sheridan will show you how to compose on-figure fashion photos and capture beautiful product shots.

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Can you tell us about any special equipment or techniques that you used? This is a photo of my cat - Patches. Often most of my photos either turn out really blue or in this case yellowish. What type of lighting would provide natural light indoors?

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Cats and quilts- a winning combination.

07/02/2012 Flag

Simulating natural light indoors (other than using a window for *actual* indoor light is almost impossible. All light sources have a different light temperature which your camera is reading and trying to interpret. Most likely your camera is set to daylight and then assuming that your indoor (tungsten) lighting is the same. That is why the colours will come out different. If you can, have a look in your manual and look up how to adjust for colour balance. That should help get a more natural look to your photos.

07/02/2012 Flag

AWE that's my baby girl. Way too prescious. Nice picture

07/03/2012 Flag

I love it! Pretty baby!

07/05/2012 Flag

Love that sweety!!!

12/11/2012 Flag