10 tips for photographing your own work

Presenting your work to the world – and to prospective employers – can be a daunting task. Having clean, well-lit, properly photographed images of your work is invaluable. While studying graphic design, I became fascinated with product photography and photographing my work as a project in itself. I found that you don’t need a fancy camera or expensive lights to take good photo: with the materials that you likely already have around you – and a little patience and creativity – you can take professional images. Here’s what you need to get started…

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