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5 tips on making a flat lay collage for a campaign, brochure or magazine

Flat lay collages of your clothing are perfect for giving your customers inspiration in a simple, beautiful way. In this tutorial, we will show you how to make an amazing fashion photography collage for a social media campaign, magazine or your online store in a matter of minutes.

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How to shoot a spaghetti strap dress on a ghost mannequin

‘Spaghetti strap’ dresses in particular pose a challenge to present online, so it helps learn how to achieve a professionally styled shot quickly. In this fashion product photography tutorial, we will teach you how to style a spaghetti strap dress using a ghost mannequin to look great on your web store.

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How to photograph a sweater on a hanger

Due to the variation in sizes, styles and fabrics a sweater can have, choosing the right method of presentation to appeal to your customer base is crucial. In this fashion product photography tutorial, we will teach you to to effectively style a sweater on a hanger for your web store.

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5 tips on shooting a shirt flat lay for your web store

Styling and photographing a shirt flat lay is a common and effective method of presenting shirts on a fashion eCommerce store, although not without its downsides. In this product photography tutorial, we will give you a series of 5 tips on how to style your shirts on a tabletop.

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How to photograph kidswear flat lay

Styling kid's clothes and childrenswear flat lay or on tabletop is a great way to quickly and show them off online in a number of creative ways without relying on finding the right size mannequin - or even live model. In this fashion product photography styling tutorial, we will show how to photograph children's clothes for your online store.

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How to photograph shiny shoes and footwear

Because of the huge variation in styles and materials, photographing shoes - especially shiny leather ones - for your online store is no easy task. In this product photography tutorial, we will give you a series of tips on how to style and present your footwear online in the best possible light.

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How to photograph jeans on a ghost mannequin in 5 steps

When presenting jeans on your web store it’s important to not only give an accurate representation of their cut and intended fit, but to make them look great. In this fashion product photography tutorial, we will show you how to shoot and style jeans on a ghost - also known as an invisible - mannequin.

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5 tips on shooting jeans flat lay or on tabletop

Jeans are in no doubt popular due to their versatility, and with this versatility comes multiple ways to style and prepare jeans for shooting. In this tutorial, you will learn a number of tips and tricks on how to style jeans flat lay to create a more dynamic and interesting look for your web store.

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How to adjust exposure for dark or light garments

Getting your exposure right can be tricky, especially when it comes to having to shoot both dark and light clothes in one session. In this product photography tutorial, we will show you how to set up your exposure settings to ensure you get the most professional, well-styled looking shots of your clothes on your eCommerce store.

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About the host

Matt Brasier, Global Head of Creative Training 

Matt Brasier,
Global Head of Creative Training 

After 5 years assisting photographers in large studios in London, Matt moved into the commercial fashion photography world. Shooting, retouching and managing teams of photographers, stylists and assistants, Matt specialises in producing images across a wide range of commercial needs - model to mannequin, kidswear to jewellery.

Adding to his credentials, after 7 years at Debenhams, a large UK department store chain, Matt headed up the expansion of Net-A-Porter’s new London studios. Today, Matt is heading StyleShoots' creative training team traveling all over the globe teaching the ins and outs of the art of product photography, lighting and styling.

 
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How to use a ghost mannequin for eCommerce product photography

Ghost mannequin — or invisible mannequin photography — is commonly used by brands and retailers to give their products a 3D, hollow man effect. In this tutorial, you will learn how these mannequins work to achieve this look. 

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How to photograph a dress on a ghost mannequin

Tight-fitting sleeved dresses are designed to neatly curve around a figure, so photographing one in a way that accentuates those contours is crucial in presenting them online. In this fashion product photography tutorial, we will teach you to to effectively style a fitted dress on an invisible/ghost mannequin to look amazing when uploaded to your your web store.

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How to photograph a shirt on a ghost mannequin in 5 steps

Oxford, button down, dress - there’s a lot of different styles, not to mention cuts of shirts. So it’s important to give the most accurate possible representation of your shirt to make sure your customers know exactly what they’re getting. In this fashion product photography tutorial, we will teach you how to style a shirt on a ghost mannequin to look great on your web store.
 

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3 ways to photograph and style a scarf flat lay

Scarves come in all sorts of sizes and materials, so picking the right style for your intended audience is crucial. In this fashion product photography styling tutorial, we will show you 3 different methods of photographing a scarf flat lay for your online store - formal, looped over and knotted.


 

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Styling toolkit essentials: 10 tools every fashion stylist & product photographer needs

Having the right toolkit is essential to a smooth styling process in any photo studio, whether you are styling flat lay or on a mannequin. In this tutorial, we will give you a rundown of the essential tools every stylist and fashion product photographer needs to style, shoot and make their garments look great.

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