Just playing around

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  1. redls1bird

    redls1bird TPF Noob!

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    Well, after seeing a post on another forum about product photography, it got me going to try some. I went from zero experience in this kind of "still life" shot to this result in about 40-50 pictures, and an hour and a halves worth of time. I know this is by no means a professional result, but I think its pretty good for a complete beginner. I started with a fake Rolex, then to an Ipod shuffle, to a bottle of beer, then to this. Tell me what you think!! Theres also virtually no pp on this photo, just rotation correction and crop.


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    Anybody at all?
     
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    The background looks dusty or dandruffy or something...too many little white specks. Also, the typography on the product seems to be soft.
     
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    The bubbles on the inside of the jar look weird IMO.

    Everything else seems ok, nice shot.
     
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    I guess I didnt really notice it because I knew what it was. I was trying to get the right look of "wet" on the bottle, and the background also has a fine mist of water on it. Its the reflection from the flash that illuminates it.

    Thanks for the feedback!!
     

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