Lets Toast in Orange

Discussion in 'Commercial/Product photography' started by eravedesigns, Jun 29, 2008.

  1. eravedesigns

    eravedesigns TPF Noob!

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    Did some shooting in my studio today and came out with this. C&C please.

    EDIT: I photoshoped the line out
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    Oh nice. Love your colour gradient here the cuves of the glass. My only CC is to try editing in 16 bit as opposed to 8 bit to help keep the colour gradient just that bit smoother and to clone out the line of the reflecting surface. Nice job!
     
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    Yea I just finished taking out the line when you said that. And the gradient did turn weird and you say its from the 8 bit. I thought it was just my screen but thanks for the tip. Can I change to 16 bit in lightroom do you know? and can I change after all my adjustments have been done?
     
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    Wait a second Photoshop was already in 16bit...could lightroom have been in 8 bit?
     
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    Oh strange. I thought that any RAW platform (ACR, lightroom, Capture One) would work in 16 bit but I am not entirely certain. Usually you would have to edit the entire image in 16 bit and convert to 8 bit at the end to save as a JPEG.

    if that doesn't work I would end up patch tooling the one obvious 'gradient' above the glass and then just blur it a bit. Strange though, I hope someone can answer your question about the 16 bit vs. 8 bit!

    I like it tons more without the line as well :)
     
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    Thanks!
     

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