But all kidding aside over all pretty good though a you need a bit of clean up in all of the pictures for dust/hairs. I think the 1st and 2nd ones are the best, they are the most interesting (back of the driver isn’t all that interesting - though dont think they build them with looks in mind).
Try going in at a lower angle make the driver look more substantial, also try to make the background a little more interesting, more light, maybe the shell you took the driver out of.
Took about 25 min to set up the shot, its not perfect but its pretty good.
Both the light source and the surface (The hard case which came with my Zeus) on which the IEM is sitting act as the background.
Very nice, solid lighting and overall clear and crisp. i would try a few different angles but that might be an issue with these kind of iems (or what every you call this style since its not technically “in-ear”).
You might want to add a few “props”, maybe part of an amp (tube amps always look fancy). try looking at this YouTube channel they do a fair amount of reviews with a fairly minimal setup, color backdrop some IKEA plant and some other minor props
All shot with my s10+. My biggest problem now is that the phone cameras have lost a bit of resolution/sharpness because the back glass panel that also doubles as a outer lens for the cameras is slowly coming off the phone. I had done a screen replacement and had to go into the phone through the back so the adhesive for the back glass was changed. It’s kind of holding right now. Don’t know how much longer it’ll last.
I am a macro head but did not take pictures of my gear yet
All I can say is use a flash and a Diffusor and you are good to go
If you have specific questions about how to, feel free to ask
Also feel free to check out my instagram.com/philo.graphie