Peaches

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Corbin Lane, Aug 15, 2008.

  1. Corbin Lane

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    I've been busy lately doing stuff for people and I finally got a chance to sit down and look at the photos that I've taken.

    here are my most recent ones.

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    I have a knife and fork for #6 & #8.......nice shots.
     
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    I'm a bit queasy from all the tilting. Peaches look good, though.

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    I think the lighting is best in the first two - the lighting looks softer. 6 looks a bit cool on my screen, I would take out some blue and maybe a little cyan too. The images of the sliced peached on their own don't do much for me but the images of the final product and the whole peaches are very good. My favorites are 2 and 6. I don't mind the angles but would maybe like to see some of the final product without the angles (just to compare).
     
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    On the next job, I'll do less angles. Thanks for the help.

    Also, On a few of them. They were in the box that has a top on (the ones with the cardboard on the bottom) that's why they get darker towards the back.
     

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