From almost its infancy, 3D printing has walked hand in hand with photography. Forget the likes of manufactures product photography, I’m talking about the true drivers of low cost 3D printing. It’s amazing ‘cottage industry’, enthusiasts and hobbyists alike. Let’s be frank without those that are enthused, willing to try out new designs and ideas where would we be. It is due to them sharing their experiences within 3D printing communities that the 3D printer industry has excelled to its current dizzy heights. Without them, we would still be buying cable tidies, desk stands, and costumes.
Whether it is via mobile phones or cameras, there is much that can be done to improve the quality and aesthetic of imagery of the latest 3D prints. The good news is that it doesn’t have to cost a huge amount of money to improve your imagery with what you got.
So with over 10 years of photography experience, and specialising in product photography I decided to create a 3D related photography guide. The photography guide will be aimed to help those who want to learn more about photographing their 3D prints and purchases but can help anyone wanting to learn more about photography.