Hello guys! My friend and me opened a webshop with high fashion clothing (Armani, Moschino, Cavalli...) We have a big white background, 4 strobes (600 wat) and 2 160cm octoboxes. 2 strobes are for the background and two are for the products (in 45 degrees). And all the clothes are shot on ghost mannequins. As a final result we want the picture to have 100% white background so we thought that even if the light is not 100% even we gonna cut the product with the Magic Wand Tool in PS we delete the background and woala its 100% white. Now we did the first 100 products (pants, shirts, shoes) and when I started to photoshop them I realized that the Magic Wand Tool is not that magical, many times was trying to cut from the products too and what I thought it will be a few days it became 2 weeks. So for the next set of products we gonna try to correct more in the studio and less in PS. My first question is. Lets say I overexpose the background so I will have to photoshop out only the parts of the ghost mannequin, but what do I do with the shoes? Is there any good product table that is perfectly white but doesent reflect too much light so around the shoe/bag everything its 100% white but the product is not overexposed? I was thinking to get a a few layers of half see trough plastic and to put under them white neons. It may be a total bs what I want so thats why I ask you guys, is there a more simple way? The other thing is with the mannequin itself. Its one size so most of the clothes are a bit big and have too many wrinkles and if I try to remove them most of the time I destroy the texture too. How should I remove wrinkles before shooting? (we iron some and we use some tongs to make the cloth more fit but its still not enough) Any advices are very appreciated. Have a nice day!