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    Default A wedding tea set

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    hmmz..wow.. can i ask u sth? haha..is the overexposed teapot purposely like that? or cause u pointed ur flash downwards. interesting shot though. understand the idea. maybe u can get a flash diffuser? and crop the image slightly? (juz an idea ) like the hazy soft effect though =)

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    Default Re: A wedding tea set

    I bounced the flash up to give it a proper exposure.

    The intentional overexposed part is used in PS to attract viewer's eyes on the tea set.
    Wonder if it works..

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    too over for the part u intended to catch the viewer's attention with. the "U" shape of the paper back behind is distracting.
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    Default Re: A wedding tea set

    Do i see the orton effect being used here?

    The over-exposed part is too glaring, takes away too much attention from the rest of the pic.

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