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ST_sg said:
All good, but I pick pic #3 the best of them :thumbsup:
Care to share how's the setup?

Cheers! :)
Setup
Pic 1 & 2:
Back ground is mahjong paper, thats the only setup. I used internal flash of 300D and did a bit of PSing..

Pic 3 & 4 & 5:
No Mahjong paper but you need a sun. :D

Used the natural sunlight from the window, no flash ..

Thanks for ya comments ST ;)
 

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oh good work with using the sun., gave it the precise warm effect
 

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Too many unwanted reflections n unnecessory shadow on all the pics look to messy for general product shots. Play around wif reflectors like white, black cardboard/paper n also small mirror to enhance your product shots. Practice make perfect ;)
 

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ordinaryless said:
Pic 3


Comments anyone?
Like this pic but i think the bottom part a bit out of focus ( i think should keep the EAU DE COLOGNE in focus) thanks for sharing
 

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v'sion said:
Too many unwanted reflections n unnecessory shadow on all the pics look to messy for general product shots. Play around wif reflectors like white, black cardboard/paper n also small mirror to enhance your product shots. Practice make perfect ;)
Very helpful comments from you, thank you. You pointed out things which i think are pretty true, things which i didn't take notice.

You mentioned there are too many unwanted reflections in the pic but u also suggested me to use reflectors, hmmz, so is there any hard and fast rule which define what are good or bad reflections or isit just the feel that matters?
 

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Pinkishy said:
i love Pic #3 :thumbsup: !!
geoyip said:
Very Nice :thumbsup: my favorite goes to pic 3 as well :)
Pink and Geo, i appreciate ya kind words.. :)

ptwong said:
Like this pic but i think the bottom part a bit out of focus ( i think should keep the EAU DE COLOGNE in focus) thanks for sharing
Yep, agree with you, DOF is probably too shallow for product shots.. thank you :)
 

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I don't think the lack of DOF in #3 is all bad. As it is it strongly sets out the brand, takes away all other details and leaves the caligraphic branding image in the reader's mind.

In a real product shoot maybe we'd even trim away the nozzle intake tube to get a clean look?
 

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hwchoy said:
I don't think the lack of DOF in #3 is all bad. As it is it strongly sets out the brand, takes away all other details and leaves the caligraphic branding image in the reader's mind.

In a real product shoot maybe we'd even trim away the nozzle intake tube to get a clean look?
:thumbsup: good suggestion, maybe i'll try to ps away the inner tube next tiem.

Thanks for ya contributing ya views. ;)
 

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