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The example image was taken with extremely soft/diffused light similar to what you should get from the polytunnel; duplicating that with softboxes for large products can be quite difficult/expensive. And the image looks more like a photoshop cutout than having been taken on a white BG. If that's your goal, then you just need to use a BG that makes selecting/...


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With enough space to put a white backdrop behind the plants, it's jut a case of lighting the backdrop brighter than the plant so that the white backdrop blows out before the plant does. The more space you can include between the plant and the backdrop the easier this will be. Use a flash inside a large modifier placed slightly above the camera to light the ...


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I am not sure where you want to include the backdrop, if the space is as restricted as in the example image. And some of the plants may not be movable. Regarding lighting, you actually could use the diffused light as an excellent fill light. Usually you want to have soft light anyways, and that is exactly what the polytunnel provides. If you want to take the ...


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As nobody did mention it so far: The best method to reduce the sodium light effect is to add more light with a more complete spectrum, maybe a flash light. As other answers indicated: You cannot amplify (white balance) what isn't there (Like seeing red in deep water).


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Beauty/fashion lighting using strobes is not compatible with video lighting, and video lighting is not typically compatible with beauty/fashion... at least not w/o a very significant budget. My best suggestion is that you look at more conventional room lighting to get the room bright enough for video. If you use up lighting to bounce off the ceilings/walls ...


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