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    Default Re: Question on lighting glass

    [top lighting with almost to the front]


    you didn't use a softbox for the top lighting? If yes, the fruits should able to expose nicely

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    Default Re: Question on lighting glass

    I'm in Visual Communication at Temasek Poly.

    Re: lime, yes, it looked brighter and fresher on the polaroid, but I think I shifted something and it ended up like this. My teacher said the same thing. Didn't use a softbox on top, but I used a snoot(is this how you spell it?) for the strawberry.

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    Lightbulb Re: Question on lighting glass

    your 'white' background could have been better i.e. cleaner and whiter if overexposed. overall, shot looks underexposed. with overexposed background, one will be able to see light streaming through the sliced lime.

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    Lightbulb Re: Question on lighting glass

    thickness of the sliced lime matters too.

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    Lightbulb Re: Question on lighting glass

    i recalled that the trick to shooting glasswares is to light the background properly.

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