Just finished a shoot with a Nintendo Wii this was to show highkey work on white products for a Electronic client. All the shots where done with a Nikon D200 with a Nikon 17-55 f2.8 DX lense lighting was from a SB800 to the right set on +1 ev and a SB600 to the left also set to +1 ev. The flash guns where triggerd using Nikon's CLS system with a onboard SB800 set to master on the camera.
The product was place in a large light cube as you can see below this also shows you how the flash guns where setup and positioned.
Also in the shot above I place a large white card sheet in the base of the cube with a clear perspex sheet over the top this was done to capture the reflections and to cut down on post production work later on.
The shot below shows the shots taken straight from the camer before any post production work had been done these images where then put into photoshop where additional sharpening was done also level adjustment and white levels where changed to create highkey effect wanted with out loosing the reflection.
And finally the shot below shows a shot after all the post production work was finished as you can now see from this step by step there is a lot of work involved in these kind of highkey shots.
If you would like to see more of these shots then take a look at our groups Flickr Group to see the rest of the shots taken on this shoot. Click on this URL link StrobistOnline Flickr Group.