This is one of my favorite projects for a very important reason, “It was challenging.” There was a lot working against me in producing this project and I embraced every frustrating moment (Smile).
Project: When the sample was received for this cage, the item arrived incomplete, as you can see in the before editing photo. So that interest could be directed toward this product, it was important to have a finished image to present to potential buyers.
Challenges: Because of the space that the item was assembled in, and it could not be moved, the photo you see was zoomed out as much as possible with the equipment available. The lighting was very poor in the warehouse and as you can see a tremendous amount of background noise that could not be completely removed. I had to live with the provided photo.
Solution: I studied the engineering drawings of the project, which presented what the completed product would look like. From there, I took photos of the assembled cage from different angles. Working in photoshop, I edited photos taken of parts and created the assembled unit you see in image 2.
Software: Adobe Photoshop