Photographing product models

Does anyone have any good tips on getting good photographs of models?

Everytime I have taken the pictures, they dont come out the way I want them to

Build a light tent. Get a camera (or rent one?) that has enough adjustability to let you control the photo. Also, get a tripod.

Can you post some samples?

Photography is all about lighting…
Check these out:

http://www.tabletopstudio.com/documents/HowTo_page.htm

http://www.photoflexlightingschool.com/Lighting_Lessons/Advanced_Lighting/Product___Still_life/index.html

How to make a home-made light box:
http://www.studiolighting.net/homemade-light-box-for-product-photography/

http://joshua.maruskadesign.com/blog/2007/11/photos-and-dumpster-diving.html

thanks for all of the responds.

When creating shots for a process book, would it be better to put the models in context or a studio shot?

as my favorite professor would say,
“why not to do both?”

http://forums.montrealracing.com/photoshop-digital-art/225592-photography-thread-de-photographie-129.html

Here’s a more professional “tent kit” for $99:

its more on lighting taking good photos, and of course you need a good camera too if you wanted great effects on the picture