Lemon Tea Water Splash

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Hi,
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Last Sunday Shoot ,
the shoot was as usual involved lots of planning , specially the water base. I wanted a base which can hold the water as well as pass light also ,
So i made it using transparent acrylic sheet and sticking a electrical wire fitting bidding on the corner with help of M seal , like a tray , keeping in mind there is no water leakage on that other wise I will be cleaning the water on floor all the time instead of shooting, though my 2 year son any way played with water there .

So for the back ground I use my green cloth background
I also used my IR remote so as soon as I drop the bottle into water I can click the shutter

I used four light here, one for the background expo one beneath the water tray and two my elencrome 200FX with 36" softbox both side.

please comment and suggest me

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Not bad; it looks like you need to flag or slightly reposition your lights, as you're getting some pretty serious reflection on the neck of the bottle; as well, there seems to be way too much foreground in the image. For a product shot, I would crop MUCH more tightly to the product, unless this layout is specificed by the production/design manager for print layout.
 
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Thanks for the comment

I tried position my light but then it was hiding bottle logo So I placed it like that , but may be you are right It should have been narrow not that wide
 

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