Discussion in 'Commercial/Product photography' started by PhilGarber, Jul 12, 2008.
How'd I do on this stock photography?
Heres pic of my setup: My Rebel XT would rest on that orange DVD there (That whole stack is to make it level) The Glasses/Rocks are sitting on a white napkin on top of a book. The Clamp Light is pointed to the side because if I point it at the glasses, it makes a reflection. It's not pretty but it works. (My tripod lost a piece to it).
I would just use a white background, seriously. The color gradient is too distracting, especially through clear glasses.
I'm not too keen on the rock, they don't add anything to the picture
Why? Everyone I've talk to has loved the rocks
Ok leave the rocks.
Well if you want to keep them you can...
hmm.. Either I'm not very good or you guys are like elite photographers here...
I like the light. The glasses seem to be in a weird position in that they are not that attractive. Stock photography is usually about sending a message or evoking a feeling. What message or feeling are you going for?
Love & Bass
THANK YOU FOR SAYING WHAT YOU LIKE ABOUT THEM!!:hail:
Anyway..(I've gotten a lot of negative feedback). I was thinking the phrase 'Look at you glasses in a whole new light'.
Your phrase is a good start. Try some shots with the glasses in different positions and different camera angles.
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