We have lovely natural light at our studio but the photos we take of clothes on a mannequin don't come up as sharp as we'd like. Any suggestions on cameras or lenses for that type of photography? Any help greatly appreciated!
We use a cannon powershot sx710 hs with good success. The most important thing is lighting and your lightroom setup. Having the right software for image clean-up is important as well. Most serious peeps use photoshop - which is expensive or gimp which is a powerful open source product.
Shopify did an article on this here: https://www.shopify.com/blog/194970057-remove-background-product-photography-image
gchaney, Thank you so much for your reply. I will look into that specific camera, it appears that it is a point and shoot. I'm currently dealing with a Nikon D3500 with a 35mm f 1/4 fixed lens but it is still tricky to get those super sharp photos one sees on top websites. Thank you nonetheless!
The canon powershot sx710 was a really good camera when it first hit the market. Now there are many different models who take pictures just as well. Nikon D3500 appeared recently and it is a really cool camera for its price. About the lens .. Hmm, you need a special lens in that case. When I was choosing a lens for myself, my main goal was landscape photography, so it won't suit you. You can read the articles at lensespro.org. It was thanks to them that I chose my objective and I am very pleased with it. I am sure you will find what you are looking for there. By the way, what's your budget? If it is limited, then it is still better to take a canon as it will cost less. Good luck!
VictorNorth9, thank you so much for your suggestion, the site you sent along is very informative indeed.
Thank you very much for the recommendations, I have been looking for a good camera for a very long time. And I am especially interested in mirrorless cameras, I read a lot, heard a lot about it. I also tried to find information about mirrorless cameras under 1000 review, what do you think about it? Perhaps some of you use this? Thanks!