Help with clothing photography

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  1. gjn001

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    I am looking for some help on how to produce professional looking tee shirt photographs. I would like to get the shirt to look like it is being worn but not use human models. I would like to get a shot very similar to this.
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    Any tips at all on how to achieve this would be very helpful!
    Thanks in advance!
     
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    Yea I figure they use some type of mannequin. Thanks for the link though those are some nice cheap ones that look like they might work well.
     
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    Glad I could help
     
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    I've seen exactly what you need in shops over here, look like a transparent torso without the neck, they must be available worldwide. H
     
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    It is just a mannequin but the back of the neck is Photoshoped back in. We were actually doing this in the studio today with some track jackets. I prefer to shoot things on a person and then cut it out because it allows for more creativity in how you show the product.
     

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