- Your model (obviously)
- A sheet of white paper. For this I'm using an A4 sheet, but for larger models you can use larger sizes
- A sheet of stiff card
- A box (optional)
- Your camera
- Additional lighting, if necessary (something these photos sadly lack...)
Now prop the paper up against the card so it's sitting at a soft 90% angle against the card and the flat surface. Don't crease the paper or force it into the angle: you want the background to look seamless. You'll probably find that the paper doesn't want to sit up against the card on it's own, so quickly place your model down onto the paper to hold it in place. Make sure you photograph your models in a well lit area, preferably with as much natural light as possible.
If your model is too wide for your paper, or you want to photograph multiple models at once and your paper is too narrow, try flipping your paper horizontally and then placing your models down.