I've been doing the photography of the product our company manufactures for about a year and it's starting to bloom into "classroom" layout type shots instead of just propped chairs and desks in a white room. Here's an example...
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What I'd like to learn is how to control the lighting in the back of the room. Can you guys help me understand what I'd need to do to get the back of the room to go dark to hide furniture I'm not currently using? This is not a great example, but the room I'm using is very limited in space, see the furniture through the library unit? Is there a way to get that part of the room to go dark so I could hide the product instead of moving it?
Here's another more recent shot...
I'd like to be able to shoot this more at an angle with the sun coming in over my shoulder, but the "crap" piled up to the right of this area prevents that. What should I look at to be able to get the light to fall off back there?