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When it comes to product photography, continuous lighting is often the most common option. LED video lights are one of the best examples of continuous lighting. Mercury vapour tubes that are fluorescent.

Three lights (full coverage) to capture all the details It is ensuring that your photography subject is well lighted from all aspects. However, this configuration should be approached with caution. Some products have a flat appearance. Depending on the shape of your product, you may choose to place all of your lights in the front or two on the sides.

Lighting is one of the most important aspects of producing and capturing the ideal product image. It not only determines the brightness and darkness of the product image, but also the tone, mood, and atmosphere.

If you're a product photographer, LED lighting can be appropriate if you don't mind shooting in a dimly lit studio. However, you won't be able to easily shoot things with splashes or other types of movement.

In general, lighting is the most crucial aspect of photography. Perfect lighting is also a no-brainer for product photography. The images you take will be seen by hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of people, thus the products must be clearly visible. Now you have the option of using natural light or setting up studio lights.

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