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Photos for Anatomy

I work in an anatomy lab where I am responsible for taking photos of specimens and models, that are then uploaded to our website for student use. I'm learning as I go. And the current set up is a bit.....ramshakle, as specimens range in size from thumbnail size to full body and the set up has to accomodate for the changes. They also have a variety of surfaces, matte, incased in glass, plastic, wet etc.

I do a lot of photoshop after shooting images in raw and end up cutting the subject from the background (white sheet, either from a soft box or an actual white sheet as seen in the cover photo) and putting it on a white photoshop background. I'm still working out the best lighting for these pieces, and how to cut down on glare/reflections. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. 

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