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DCCS Compatible
The Mastercontrole-unit has
a DCCS Compatible socket that will work with all Hama and Hähne remote control cables. Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic en Sony camera models are supported.

For Nikon models D40X, D50, D70, D70S, D80, D90, D3000, P6000 we have a special IR (infrared) edition of the master control unit.

Go to the website of Hama or Hähnel to find the remote control cable for your camera.

www.hama.com
www.hahnel.ie

Or contact us.

Contact
Richwind
Verlengde Lageweg 19
1628 PM Hoorn NH
The Netherlands

Phone: +31 229 781 000
Phone: +31 654 684 868

Skype: owindrich

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LightingThe right lighting makes the difference

Making extraordinary recordings is not only a matter of patience, but also depends on a good setup. The lighting is extremely important if you want to achieve professional results. Two methods are used for this form of product photography. The first method is by using a flash set or daylight lighting set.



The type of lamp, the amount of light and the color that it produces plays a crucial role in photography.

The wrong type of lighting can cause a yellow or blue discoloration on your recordings. This will cause the background to be anything but a crisp white. The right daylight lamps give off an even white light, which results in the perfect still picture. You don’t even need to edit your photos afterwards.

We provide the right lighting in the starter kit so that you can get to work immediately. If you order a jumpstart, we will help you with the setup on your location.


The Traditional Method
A frequently used setup is a solid (white) background and two lamps. This setup is a good first choice for a flash-setup as well as a setup with solid lights.

One disadvantage of this setup is that the background does not automatically become white, and that finding the right balance takes a lot of time. Below you see the traditional setup.




3D-Photocreator gives a perfect result when a setup with 3 lamps in a softbox is used. By using softboxes instead of spot lights, luminous spots on the object and overexposure are prevented. In the method we advise, the third softbox is a little bigger than the other two softboxes.

By replacing the background with a softbox and a daylight lamp, this background will make sure that the open space around the object will appear in the picture as a crisp white.

One advantage of this setup is that no shadow can form on the background and the shape of the object will always be photographed in pin-sharp clarity.

It is advisable to use another fourth lamp to illuminate the top of the object, which is especially recommended for taller products.





We provide the right lighting packs in the starter kit so that you can get to work immediately.

If you order a jumpstart, we will help you with the setup on your location.