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Photographing Small Things – A Personal Voyage via Digital Photography School

September 2nd, 2019

When you photograph an item for a marketing campaign, or to record its physical condition, it’s called product photography. This is a very specialized type of photography. While you may never be commissioned to photograph a commercial product, some of the techniques used in product photography may have relevance to your personal life.

Perhaps these techniques offer a solution to a problem many people don’t recognize – hanging on to reminders of people, places or events from the past.

Read Photographing Small Things – A Personal Voyage via Digital Photography School



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