Shooting products in a studio environment is not the easiest form of photography. It takes patience, knowledge of light sculpting, and clever post-processing. People also incorrectly assume that you must have a great deal invested in equipment.
But this simply isn’t true. There is an overabundance of content online hailing the efficacy of inexpensive equipment such as speedlights and the like. And it has been shown that you can indeed get extremely high-quality results without using expensive equipment. You just need to practice, and there is no better form of photography that can be practiced solo than product photography.
In this video by Dustin Dolby, who goes by workphlo on YouTube, he breaks down the incredibly difficult highly reflective product shoot. Reflective surfaces are a nightmare to photograph, but in less than six minutes and with only two speedlights, he has guided the viewer through the hardest part, which is taking the shots themselves, all by careful placement of lights, flags, and diffusion. Highly reflective surfaces usually have to be shot with compositing in mind, and he explains both how and why each successive shot is going to be used in the final edit. In the second half of the video, he creates an impressive, isolated, magazine-worthy image, but doesn’t overcomplicate things with messy tools and filters. Selections, layer masks, and a few adjustments round out the technique.
I have been enamored with product photography for years, and the thing that has kept me interested in it is the fact that it's a challenging craft. But channels like workphlo have been helping me achieve success when I’m completely stuck on a project. The 42 videos he has on the channel should be more than enough to help you out too.