The thread title isn't long enough to ask this question. The idea is simple enough, I have a base product, but as people choose options, I'd like to change a photo to reflect their options. For a product I have in mind, there are potentially 5 or 6 options with various choices within each, so I could end up with dozens or hundreds of possible combinations. The technical challenge is first seeing if our store can handle updating the photo for specific sets of options, but if not, is there some other tool like an embedded image viewing thing where I can put it on the product page and use that? In any case, the main question is about tools and techniques. You see this sort of thing often in the auto industry. Choose a color for the car, different rims, a spoiler, tinted windows, etc. And the photos update themselves. I get the impression that changing something like a color is purely just a photoshop color manipulation. And I get the feeling that adding/removing any other feature is just a photoshop manipulation rather than an alternate photo that was taken. In my case it's not that simple, or I'm not that advanced. I don't know how to take a part of my graphic and use PS alone to change the color to be accurate. But at the same time I don't want to have to take 300 photos with every kind of variation of every kind of option and addon. I'm not sure how to tackle the problem. Do I take a whole bunch of reference photos with and without each particular option at every angle? Even this is difficult because if I take a photo in a slightly different angle or something is off between shots. I'm not the best at making micro adjustments with colors and white balance and perspective/distortion etc. Some of the options interact with other options, so each option is not just an isolated part that I can take a reference photo of. Sometimes one addon stacks or connects with another addon. Part of me feels like this just isn't a worthwhile adventure. A ton of work that may or may not even make a dent in sales. The boss simply wants to take a picture of the most pimped out version with all the bells and whistles because it is the most visually pleasing. Oh and one last thing, I don't only take a single picture, I take 360 degree pictures. So each product gets about 11 shots. So now it's 11 shots times 300 variations? Obviously there is a technique here, so any advice on what this type of photography is called, any tools and techniques for doing these progressive photos, or even trainings how to do things like change the color of part of a photo in a realistic way without having to take another photo. Any and all advice is welcome, I'm just digging in to this idea.