What you use as a photography backdrop doesn’t have to be complicated, expensive, excessive, or even heavy for that matter. It can be your desk, a rug on your floor, a piece of plain white or colored paper, a bed sheet, etc. The list goes on. First, use what’s around you. Personally, there are a few things that I consider when deciding what kind of background I want to have to photograph my products.
I believe in the Taco Bell method. It’s simple, gives people what they want, and gets the most use out what’s available. Take the soft taco supreme for example, stick with me here, the only thing that separates it from a regular taco are the tomatoes and sour cream.
After leaving my contract job just shy of my two year mark I purchased a solo ticket to China on Christmas Day. In this post I go talk about why I left, and what I learned about being a business owner on this short 9 day trip.
In this post I talk about and show you the evolution of my product packaging. I went through a redesign and explain the reasons why as well as show pictures of how it used to look vs what it currently looks like.