360 Sunglasses Photography Example
360 Sunglasses Photography Specs
Total Process Time to Create Web-ready 360 Sunglass Photography: ~6 minutes
Frame Count: 48 frames/360 rotation (1 capture every 7.5 degrees)
Zoom Level: 1.8X zoom
Total File Size/Output Size: 4.9MB (48 frames at 1500 x 742 px). Images were shot at 3152 pixels wide (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 800 pixels while including 1500 pixel wide image set for zoom. View 360 product view *iframe output here (*iframe dynamically fit/scale to viewing window).
Lighting Used: Medium LumiPad 360 Product Photography Lighting System
Accessory Used: Medium 360 Turntable Acrylic Riser
360 Sunglasses Photography Notes
For this 360 Sunglass Photography example, we had dimmed the light on the LumiPad LED Panels (about 10% dim on backlight and about 40% dim on front lights). The dimming on the front lights was in order to minimize reflections on the lenses and dimming on backlight was to minimize light passing through lenses. In the Shutter Stream 360 Product Photography Software we applied the following edits:
Levels – Moved right reference point to a value of 243
Sharpness – increased to 1.5
These editing changes were made to all images in 1 click using ‘Apply to All’ editing feature.
Using the Silver Series MID 360 Product Photography Turntable and Medium 360 Acrylic Riser we used a rotation speed of 1 (48 image capture took ~2 minutes) .
We had shot this on a desktop set up.
Last, we used three white 20 x 30″ white foamboard sheets (included with Medium & Large LumiPad 360 Lighting Kits) one on each side of the turntable and one on top of the lighting to eliminate light leakage.