Abstract Macro Photography with Ferrofluid

Abstract Macro Photography Ferrofluid

Watch on YouTube – Abstract Macro Photography with Ferrofluid We couldn’t blame you if you’ve never heard of Ferrofluid. Unlike a lot of our other macro photography subject ideas, Ferrofluid is hardly a common household item. In fact, this magnetic black liquid was invented by NASA! They needed a way to manipulate liquids in zero…

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Getting started with Ecommerce product photography lighting

eCommerce product photography lighting

Watch on YouTube – Ecommerce product photography lighting techniques Getting started with white background product photography can be a frustrating and time-consuming process. However, with the right preparation and know-how, you can shoot studio style product shots at home in no time! This is our step by step guide on getting Ecommerce product photography lighting…

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Wedding Ring Photography Tutorial

Gold Wedding Ring Photography tips

Watch on YouTube – Wedding Ring Photography Tutorial Reflective subjects are difficult to work with. Anyone that has tried to shoot jewellery or rings will know the struggle of reflections and the loss of detail from having the wrong lighting available. In our latest shoot, we used the Adaptalux Studio to capture an engagement ring and it…

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Macro MOSS Photography with Water Droplets

Moss Photography Tutorial

Watch on YouTube – Moss Photography Tutorial with water droplets! When Sam suggested we shoot a moss photography tutorial, it’s safe to say there was some scepticism with how much there would be to see. However, Sam has shot moss before using the early prototypes of the Adaptalux Studio… So he knew how interesting it…

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Shooting Fluorescent Flowers Under Ultraviolet Light

Shooting Fluorescent flowers

Watch the Video on YouTube – Shooting Fluorescent Flowers Under Ultraviolet Light Before you get started, you may wish to read our Introduction to UV fluorescent photography, a breakdown all about UV photography. When it comes to choosing a subject for ultraviolet induced visible fluorescence photography (UVIVF), fluorescent flowers are a pretty good starting point. Most living…

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