Through years there's been dozens of articles committed to this topic published on various media. If you can, just grab them! There is lot of information from professional photographers included that will help you to set up your home photo studio.
|My workbench. "Photo Atelier" is part of it. I'm documenting step-by-step progress on most of my builds.|
Even I'm far (very very far actually) from those people, from time to time it happens to me that fellow modeller is interested in how I take photos of my kits. Not a rocket science indeed...
Sufficient light and tripod is a must. Don't try to take photos of model holding a camera in hands and/or using built-in flash.
|My old friend, Nikon D50, fitted with 28-105mm glass that supports Macro mode as well. Six years so far and still running. You don't need latest hi-tech products to create decent results.|
|F-14D model I work on currently. It's 1/32 scale, product of Trumpeter..|