Basic product shot lighting:

Move you product away from the backdrop.
Light backdrop with bright consistent colour lights. You can place a shield between them and the product to avoid spill.
Then light your product independently. Use more power (or less distance) on one than the other to accentuate shape. Using umbrellas helps reduce unwanted shadows but aren’t essential.
Zoom in with your lens to keep shadows out of frame.
You can use any lights provided the same colour.

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