I sell bed sheets, I usually get product images with complete bed room set, while I wanted just bed sheet digital print image that I can use in any bed room mockup, to test different angles.
I hanged bed sheet (like backdrop) with couple of home-made soft lights, however the end result is not good.
- Is this a normal way to create fabric's image?
- Any suggestion how to improve this picture? lighting, iso/aperture etc
- Any cost-effective way to get low cost frame that could hold this bed sheet (to avoid wrinkles)
Raw Image Information
- Camera: Nikkon D3300
- F-stop: f/3.5
- Exposure time: 1/60 sec
- ISO Speed: ISO-220
- Focal Length: 18mm
- Max aperture: 3.6
- Flash mode: No flash,auto
- 35mm focal length: 27
- 17" x 20" softbox with 35W LED Bulb
- 15" x 16" softbox with 35W LED Bulb
- 12" x 12" softbox with 12W LED Bulb
- Open LED Round Bulb - 18W SMD Surface Light
- Lens: Nikkon DX/VR - AF-S NIKKOR 18-55mm 1:3.5-5.6G II
- There are other tube-lights in the room, but I've experimented with selective/all off
- The color of the room is off-white
- The doors are dark-brown
How much space I've in front of my subject I've placed my tripod around 10' away
Update Look at my comment under accepted answer.