This DIY turntable will help you take your product shots to a whole new level.
One of the easiest ways of making your product shots look slick and professional is to use a light box, whether you buy one from a manufacturer or build one yourself. However, if you want to up the ante a little bit, you can always utilize a 360-degree turntable to showcase not only the product you’re shooting, but your exceptional video work skills as well. In this tutorial from New Amsterdam Photo Video, you’ll learn how to make your own turntable out of $ 20 worth of materials to use for product photography and 360-degree video.
This tutorial utilizes a few things that you probably don’t have just lying around, including a $ 10 lazy susan from IKEA, called the SNUDDA, and a $ 2 cloth tape measure. You’ll also need some construction paper and tape.Video: Learn How to Build Your Own 360-Degree Turntable for Product Shots