Product Photo - 1st attempt.

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  1. srinaldo86

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    As some of you have seen I just built a back drop, and since I don't have a model to shoot, I figured I'd try a product shoot.
    I had drank several of these before taking the photos so.... yeah.
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    Okay I'm going to start off the critique -
    Its crooked
    There are shadows to the left and right
    The backdrop has a crease in the back
    The big label is a dog eared corner, and the small label is crooked.
    You can see inside the bottle and the fact that there is no liquid inside, in fact there is paper inside.
     
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    wwwaaaayyyy to much RED! That's besides the other comments.
     
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    Good point. I tried it with a white backdrop too but the lighting I have isn't even close to good enough to do it any justice.
     
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    I like it a little bit more being cropped, but I really like the label if you pay close attention you'll notice its two faces, which is why I kept the reflection.
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    Too much red and its too far out. I prefer the edit where the bottle is taking up more of the frame.

    The obvious tilt is a no-no as well. Reflections are nice to have, but in doing product photography, you don't need to actually show the entire reflection, just a part of it.
     

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