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You can get plastic cases in many types of sizes and quality, from cheap food storage tubs to more rugged pelican cases. I would go with a Pelican Case, and add some Pick and Pluck foam to it. They come in dozens of sizes. I bought a big one for all of my photo gear for my trip down the Colorado river in the grand canyon. There are some small Pelican cases ...


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"How do I get metallic labels to pop?" "Here it looks very flat and boring." These might be considered two separate questions, and if the second question were addressed first, would the first question matter as much? If the image had depth and was stimulating, making the product pop, would it matter as much if the metallic label sparkled? ...


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You've got to be willing to use a supplemental light to provide specular highlights on the metallic surface. We usually make every attempt possible to eliminate reflections in product photography. But in the case of reflective surfaces, if you wish to show that they are reflective, or "sparkly", or whatever, you must be willing to let them reflect ...


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