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Sneaker Photography 101: Shooting Your Shot

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Mar 14, 2019 10:45 PM 1+ week ago

Ever wonder how people managed to find a background that exactly matches the accents on their sneakers? Odds are, they didn't. A common hack for making people think you scaled the cityscape to find a perfectly-hued billboard or Lamborghini is to fake it with colour correction. A simple way to do this is with adjustment layers and masks. You can use them to isolate the colour you need and change it as you like without effecting your sneaker.

When using a flash, you've got a couple of options: on-camera and off-camera. The first -- the one built in to your camera -- can give a harsher, direct light, which can `flatten' your image. If you've got an off-camera flash handy, like those you can place on a tripod near the sneaker, you can get more creative with your lighting. Here, we chucked our off-camera flash a few feet away at a right angle. No fancy camera settings needed.

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