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Questions related to photography that involves a single defined subject that is typically intended for product documentation or advertising.

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If the picture's main purpose is to showcase the app design (like the example you've given), the standard approach is to Photoshop the screenshot on afterwards. Bear in mind though that a screenshot m …
answered Feb 14 '14 by Mark Whitaker
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Mike Stimpson (balakov on Flickr) is an absolute maestro of Lego photography, and best of all he maintains a separate account - Balakov's Setups - where he shares his behind-the-scenes shots, showing …
answered Oct 29 '11 by Mark Whitaker
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The short answer is: it's pretty difficult. You can't just shoot it on a mannekin then clone out the mannekin because that won't reveal the interior surfaces (e.g. the bit where it says FOX in your le …
answered Sep 9 '11 by Mark Whitaker
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Adobe Lightroom does all of the above (apart from the VirtueMart part, sorry!). Tethering (for Canon, Nikon and Leica) and your first four wishlist items are supported right out of the box. The CSV ex …
answered Aug 3 '11 by Mark Whitaker