360 Bottle Photography: Champagne Example
360 Bottle Photography Specs
Total Process Time to Create Web-ready 360 Bottle Photography: ~6 minutes
Frame Count: 72 frames/360 rotation (one image every 5-degrees)
Zoom Level: 2X zoom
Total File Size/Output Size: ~8MB (72 frames at 798 x 1387 px). Images were shot at 2394 x 4164 pixels (pre-cropped using Live View Crop tool to define a shooting area), we then resized the 360 product image set during output to 1500 pixels wide. We composed the 360 View at 675 pixels tall including 1387 pixel tall image set for zoom.
Lighting Used: 3X Iconasys LED Studio Lights (1 used in back and 1 light on either side of bottle).
Turntable/Software Used: Silver Series LRG 360 Product Photography Turntable + Shutter Stream 360 Product Photography Software
Accessory Used: None
360 Bottle Photography Notes
Although the dimmable LumiPad 360 Product Photography Lighting Panels would have done a great job for shooting this bottle, we created a High Key Lighting Technique using our 3X of our LED Studio Lights. We positioned 1 light on either side of the bottle then 1 light behind the bottle which was diffused a 2nd time (to minimize amount of light passing through the bottle while still allowing white background) using a 40 x 60″ Lighting Diffuser Kit. We set each of the side lights to about 50% dimming. We also used two white 20 x 30″ white foamboard sheets to help eliminate side reflections.
Using the Iconasys Silver Series LRG 360 Photography Turntable, 72 frame capture took ~3 minutes (automated process though Shutter Stream 360 Software in a turn, stop, snap workflow)
We applied some batch image editing in the Shutter Stream 360 Software. These included:
Rotate: adjusted the image 0.5 degrees CW as we had shot this slightly crooked (used the image alignment tool to help with this)
Levels: Minimal adjustments to white levels to achieve white background