More high reflectivity tests: Watch x2

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  1. Canon Fan

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    Here are a couple captures from todays installment of my reflective lighting tests. I used a single 160ws (400ws effective) monostrobe with a 27" softbox, various pieces of foamboard reflectors, and a piece of posterboard. No light tent here! Sure would make life easier :confused:

    I know there may be some flaws but I didn't spend a whole lot of time editing these (where those flaws could have been easily fixed) more so I was just after the theory of differnt relfector placements ect.

    Thanks in advacne for any suggestions and or comments ;)

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    The lighting is excellent... nice, sharp photos! love the black background too! Beautiful!
     
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    i like the first one, it looks really cool how it fades out at the edges.
     
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    very cool shooting, the watch is not quite vertical... but still a great job with the lighting and exposures.
     
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    Good job! Small shiny objects are possibly the hardest thing to photograph and you've done very well here!

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