Behind the scenes on a tabletop photo shoot.
Just a little how it's done for a commercial photography shoot. The camera is a Nikon D3s with a 105mm Nikon Macro lens. Lights are Broncolor Move with 2 lights. The main light is a 30 X 180 Broncolor softbox with grid and the backlight is a Mobiled head with a snoot made from Rosco Cinefoil. White reflector to the left and a black gobo to the right to shade the background. Holding the orange slice is a neat contraption from Matthews. It is a MICROgrip basic set that is holding a fork stuck into the orange slice. This little set has turned out to really be a little time saver for supporting objects. The background is Savage Translum which is a transparent plastic that has lots of uses as diffuser material or as a durable background.