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Do you ever feel like you're stuck in a photography rut? If you're looking for some new and creative ways to shoot products, fabric might be the perfect solution. Fabric can add color, texture, and interest to your photos, and it's a great way to add some elegance to your work. Here are five ideas for using fabric in product photography.

1. Use as a soft backdrop

Use a soft, silky fabrics as your next photoshoot background. Gently arrange your elegant piece of fabric and place your products on top to add depth and texture for an unforgettable image!

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2. Use as a mock curtain

Hanging fabric is an easy way to create the perfect soft curtain backdrop for your next shoot. Whether you're shooting products or still life, using one behind subjects can make those love hearts pop even more on social media!

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3. Highlight your subject

To draw attention and give depth, you can use a little bit of fabric underneath your product to make it pop. This will also help soften all hard edges in the image so that there are no harsh shadows or highlights on any part if its surface!

5 Ways To Use Fabric in Your Photography

4. Use to create shadows

Try using fabric like lace to create shadows, and you'll be able to get all sorts of interesting effects with your next product photography shoot.

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5. Twist to create interest

To make a good first impression, you need to have an eye-catching image. The swirl technique is one of the best ways for getting people's attention and drawing them right towards your product. Carefully twist your piece of fabric to create a swirl effect and place your item in the centre and snap - watch the DIY REEL HERE to see how this look is created.

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The next time you need to take some product photos, consider using fabric as one of your props. It can be used in a variety of ways to create shadows, soften the background and highlight your subject. And if you’re feeling really creative, why not try twisting it into interesting shapes for added visual interest? If you need some fabric for your next shoot, we have just what you need - browse our selection!

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