First time question about lighting kit

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  1. beardsnotbeers

    beardsnotbeers TPF Noob!

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    Hey everyone. I had a question about an umbrella lighting kit. I am not a photographer, but i run an online webstore company and need to buy a basic yet efficient lighting kit for my product photos. They range from CD's to apparel (t's hoodies, pants etc). I want to have a super slick crisp picture with an all white background similar to an Apple Computers aesthetic. Any help?

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    simply put, you will not be able to do this.


    you mentioned your not a photographer, so I would assume you don't know anything about the work that goes into making photos seamless white. It's not something you can just pick up
     
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    I know this isn't as easy as just lighting and clicking. I'm going to sub out my photo needs, but I want an in house set up to cut down my initial costs as well as retain the option to take it over myself later on down the road if I decide to. I just need something a decent photographer can use so I'm not having to rent lighting every shoot. I don't have a photographer in mind just yet, or I would ask them.

    Thanks for answering my question Gryphon.

    Nick....it's you're not your. ;) Thanks for the help though!
     

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