how to create best setup for photography?

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You must light the background separately from the subject. In order for a white background to appear white, it have the same exposure value as the subject. Say you light the subject with a light that is one foot from the subject and the background is one foot behind the subject. In that case, the background will have an exposure value that is one stop less than the subject, and will appear grey.

If you are exposing the subject at, say, f/8, you must light the background to also get f/8. If you want it to be really white, get enough light on the background to get 1/3 or more over the exposure on the subject.

Here’s a great tutorial that explains the technique far more lucidly than I ever could What set up are you using? Are you using white boards or light box/light tent or light table? In any case, as suggested by others you may need an extra light to light the background if you are using white board. Quora is not really suitable to give details about the set ups. Check some youtube videos on how to light products for product photography – there is lots of stuff.

Without spending any more money I would just manually overexpose the background a little and see if that makes a difference.

What I do is shoot against a white background. Light the background and slightly under-light (is that even a word?) the product and overexpose by one stop-ish to compensate. This works great for me on studio lit products, but can even be adapted with a bit of playing around for people and other things.

Without spending any more money I would just manually overexpose the background a little and see if that makes a difference.

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