In house Product Photography Studio

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  1. Amida0616

    Amida0616 TPF Noob!

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    I need to create a photo lab at my office for shooting golf clubs/packages, tennis racquets, ect.

    I was thinking of getting a Nikon D2x, a nice camera stand, two or three lens, a three stand lights w/ softbox, a strobe system, multiple screens and reflectors, lots of clamps and stands for rigging, a power mac w/ apature and photoshop.

    Any input would be appreciated!! Is there anthing I am missing? Is this a great camera to use? What lenses are good for Close up product photography? Same with Lighing and strobes?? what do you recommend??
     
  2. fmw

    fmw No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    No way to answer your questions without knowing how the images would be used. Here's my in-house studio. The images are used only on the web. Note the D50 and cheap zoom - overkill for web photography. Your setup would need to be larger because you are shooting larger items. Take care.

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