Transform the Way Product Photography is Done

For those of you who are looking at getting into product photography or looking at trimming the fat from your current workflow, we have big news!

Known for some our favorite time-lapse motion control gear, New Zealand-based company Syrp has released yet another accessory for the Genie Mini that’s going to drastically reduce all that back and forth you get with product photography and helps keep all your shots consistent.

The viewfinder isn’t bad, either.

It’s big, bright, and easy to see, and offers 100 percent coverage as well.

With Canon’s Intelligent Viewfinder II technology, you get all sorts of critical information in the display.

From a rule of thirds grid to an electronic level to details about metering (and a lot more), it’s a next-generation display that will help you take better photos.

There’s a lot to love about the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, that’s for sure!

When you register your business, you’ll likely have to do so with a business name. You might also need a tax ID number, unless you opt to use your social security number for that purpose.

It’s also a good idea to consult with professionals that can help you in this process. An attorney, for example, can handle the paperwork of establishing your business. An accountant can handle the books. Talk with an insurance agent to get your studio, office, and gear covered.

In other words, it’s a long process to get the foundation laid for your business, but the more you concentrate on these tasks, the better off you’ll be down the road!