Greetings everyone! I'm in need of some product photography advice and I hope that this is a good place to ask. I'm not a total "beginner," although I don't do paid shoots either... this sub-forum seemed to be the best fit. I work in a small business, and we are trying to get some of our products online so that we can sell product in e-commerce direct to consumer. Of course images sell products online, so that's where we are stuck right now. We have an Olympus E-M10 Mark II camera with a M.Zuiko ED 30mm f3.5 macro lens, and a tripod. Not the best, but it's what we have to work with. We also have three Andoer light diffusers and a small plastic infinity curve. We are trying to get images that are similar to these: Lapis Facial Oil You can look over product images there to get an idea of what I mean. They are nice, striking images often with pronounced shadow and apparently direct lighting (possibly direct and diffuse both). They are well lit and seem to shimmer a bit, although without excessive glare. Meanwhile, it seems that product images that we take in house just feel...well, dull. We take our shots on a tripod, manual settings at F22, ISO low, and adjust the shutter speed for lighting. We've tried varying the shutter speed up and down for brightness, and a little brightness does help some. We've tried placing two of our light diffusers in the front (45 degrees left and right) and the third coming up through a plastic infinity curve to give a backlight effect. Still not really vibrant in the sense as the ones linked above. Should we be shooting in sunlight? Any tips you can offer would be greatly appreciated!