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    2 months old shoe

    comments welcome!

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    Get a closer shot of the frayed stiches and leather. Show the texture and lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yuugi
    2 months old shoe

    comments welcome!

    hmmm that title of yours made me anticipated a OLd School Shoe...

    old as in one that make you reminisce your old childhood...

    I was half expecting a BM2000 ( BATA Badminton Master 2000)
    got kinda of disappointed to see a converse

    it be good if you can source one to shoot...
    now that will really be OLD SCHOOL

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    better care in selecting the background & lighting would make this less of a snapshot. Shoot against a clean bg and with a raking light (side lighting) as opposed to overhead.

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    thanks for the comments. will definately take note of the lightning. as for the background, it was intended. but i might take note of that in the future too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yuugi
    thanks for the comments. will definately take note of the lightning. as for the background, it was intended. but i might take note of that in the future too.
    okay, the bg need not be super clean afterall, but it should not interfere with the subject. when shot without colour, take care to not have the bg & subject share similar tones which ends up merging together. In this case that would be the door/cupboard in the bg, and you can see why white is more effective in highlighting the shape of the laces.

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    contrast yea? thanks! thats really helpful!

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    2 months old only

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