How to Photograph Projects: Photographing Furniture

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Larger objects, like chairs and tables, require larger backdrops and some different use of lights. Correct positioning of the piece on the backdrop is very important, and the angle from which you shoot the piece can make or break the image. Add to that a high gloss finish, and you can have some photography challenges. Here are the tips you need to solve those problems.

See more from our “How to Photograph Your Woodworking Projects” series:

Introduction
Choosing the Best Camera
Choosing a Background
Image Composition
Lighting Tips
Using Natural Light
Using Your Camera Settings
Using Your Smart Phone Camera
Table Top Photo Studio
Photographing Furniture
Capturing Details Capturing Details