How to Get EPIC Product Shots From HOME!

Lazy Susan ➡️
RGB Light Bards ➡️

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📒 Show Notes 📒
1️⃣ RGB Light Bards:
2️⃣ Lazy Susan:
3️⃣ How to Shoot and Edit B Roll:

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In this video, Nolan share 3 product videography tips (also works with photography) to get crazy cool epic shots from home! He uses a lazy susan, a monitor/tv as a background, and rgb lights to make it happen!

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here’s how you can get amazing product

shots like this in three easy steps step

one use a tv or a monitor for your

background and find free moving

backdrops on youtube now you’re gonna

wanna bring in your rgb lights and step

two is to move the lights around while

filming to make the background feel

three-dimensional and step three is to

use a lazy susan to get super smooth

moving shots for your product and when

you add all of these together you can

get shots like this


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