제품 사진을 위하여 스캐너 사용 귀하가 고려하지 못한 제품 사진 찍기

우리는 Etsy 기사 코멘트에서 본 방법을 발견하였습니다; 판매자가 평판 스캐너를 사용하여 보석류 제품 사진을 찍었습니다. 우리는 이 방법이 제품 사진을 찍는 방법으로 유효한지 이것을 직접 시도하기를 원하였습니다. 이 방법은 일정한 제품에 빠르고 쉬운 해결책일 뿐만 아니라 매우 잘 작동하였습니다. 귀하의 제품 사진을 위해 스캐너를 사용할 때 할일 및 하지말아야 할일들이 있습니다.

Example of product photos taken with a scanner

Examples of product photos taken with a scanner and then edited in Clipping Magic

Which scanners work

We tried both a cheap scanner built into an all-in-one printer and a more expensive high DPI scanner for this. We found that cheap scanners did not produce a great result. They didn't have the resolution and the depth of field to handle anything other than flat documents.

Example of product photos taken on a cheap scanner (looks bad) and an expensive scanner (looks good)

Photos taken of earrings on a High DPI (left) vs Cheap (right) Scanner

What did work great was the Epson Perfection V600 Photo Scanner (currently available for around 200 bucks on Amazon, you can also find refurbished ones for less). This scanner's resolution went all the way up to 12,800 DPI (Dots Per Inch, or in simpler terms how much detail it's capturing) which is probably more than you would ever need. You should use a higher DPI for your smaller objects, but you probably won't need to go past 1,600 DPI.

How to use a scanner to take product photos

Place your object on the scanner bed. Make sure whatever you're going to scan is as close to the bed glass as possible.

Earrings placed on scanner bed

Instead of closing the top over the products, we just covered them with a sheet of white paper. You can play around with what works best for your products, whether that's using the cover, a piece of paper, or leaving it completely uncovered.

Paper placed on earrings on scanner bed and final image result

This is the resulting product photo from this scanning method after being edited in Clipping Magic

Which products does a scanner work well with

Scanners can work great for smaller, flatter objects that aren't reflective or metallic. We tried scanning earrings, trinkets, and flatter alcohol bottles and got similar results to what we achieved with a DSLR + studio setup.

Example of product photos taken with a scanner and a dslr, both look decent

Photos taken of earrings on a DSLR (left) vs the High DPI Scanner (right) — both were edited in Clipping Magic

Which products do not work well with a scanner

We found that highly reflective or metallic products don't work well with a scanner. This includes gold/silver earrings and gemstones. The way the scanner captures an image doesn't work well for reflective objects. This is strongly evident in the example below where we compare the image of a highly reflective gold earring taken both in a light box with a DSLR and in our scanner.

Example of a highly reflective earring that doesn't look good after being scanned, and how it looks taken with a DSLR

Photos taken of reflective metallic earrings on a DSLR + light box (left) vs the High DPI Scanner (right) — both were edited in Clipping Magic

tl;dr

고 DPI 스캐너는 본격적인 스튜디오를 설립할 공간 또는 시간이 없을 때 매우 좋은 대응책입니다. 좋은 스튜디오에서 최고의 제품 사진을 얻을 수 있으나, 스캐너를 사용하는 것은 수용 가능한 결과를 얻을 수 있습니다. 어떤 방법을 선택하는가 하는것은 귀하의 예산, 귀하가 이미 소유한 장비 및 귀하가 판매하는 제품에 달려있습니다.

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