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    Default My Acoustic Energy speakers

    Shot these over the weekend.

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    Thanks for viewing! :-D

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    Default Re: My Acoustic Energy speakers

    Nice set of pictures. Just a few comments.

    Common to all pictures, some of the highlights are a tad too hot and cause loss of details / textures. E.g. Pic 2 Tweeters, Pic 3, tweeters, Pic 4, dome on woofer, Pic 5, both domes on tweeter and woofer, Pic 7, Tweeters.

    Pic 3, the piece of material which houses the tweeter seems to nearly disappear into the glossy overall surface. Also the highlights seems to be "pulled" back from being blown. Texture there is somewhat lost as well.

    As for Picture 7, the right side of the picture (left side of speaker) has a glossy area which is not lit because of the protruding piece of plastic. Perhaps you can bounce a bit of light there via cards or something?

    Just my 2 cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd View Post
    Nice set of pictures. Just a few comments.

    Common to all pictures, some of the highlights are a tad too hot and cause loss of details / textures. E.g. Pic 2 Tweeters, Pic 3, tweeters, Pic 4, dome on woofer, Pic 5, both domes on tweeter and woofer, Pic 7, Tweeters.

    Pic 3, the piece of material which houses the tweeter seems to nearly disappear into the glossy overall surface. Also the highlights seems to be "pulled" back from being blown. Texture there is somewhat lost as well.

    As for Picture 7, the right side of the picture (left side of speaker) has a glossy area which is not lit because of the protruding piece of plastic. Perhaps you can bounce a bit of light there via cards or something?

    Just my 2 cents

    agree on your critique.

    pic #3, i didn't pull the details back, but rather i think i set the contrast too high.

    for #7, the glossy area initially reflected some light, but i found it a little distracting so i removed the reflection. perhaps a bounce would have helped as you've suggested.

    thanks for the comments!

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