Wine Glass

Discussion in 'Commercial/Product photography' started by KaleyEs, Jul 9, 2007.

  1. KaleyEs

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    Did this with a makeshift light box... C&C please!

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    I like it but what are you trying to say or portray with this image? Good work with a makeshift light box! what are those two small dark spots in the center and above the glass?
     
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    Cute idea, haven't seen it in a while. Got some dust on your sensor?
     
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    I actually don't have dust on my sensor... that was a lazy job on my part. when i poored the wine it splattered a bit onto the white backround and so it looks like dust :\
     
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    It's a nice idea, I have also seen it with two wine glasses with the liquid running opposite to each other.

    Two things came to mind, the wine looks like it could be any liquid, a light dedicated to shine through the wine would give some "life" and dimension to the liquid.

    Also I like to see a real good reflection from a softbox in the wine glass, once again gives more dimension and gloss to the shot.

    You reffered to the background as white, which might have made the shot pop a little more if the background was white
     
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    It's a nice shot, just a little bland. Needs that whiteness to make it pop.
     
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    I'm going to say the same thing as I did last time you posted this image:

     
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    Dont like, big part of image blured, for commercial its 2/10 of quality. But as I understande - this is a begining, so its ok
     

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