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Redsun

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Trying to take a product shot of my own phone
1 thing i found hard to do was to clone off the reflections on the screen
What i did was to put a gray layer on the screen and adjust opacity
Anyone know of any way to ps off the reflections?
Or should i have try to eliminate the reflections when i was shooting:think:
 

Redsun

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Hi Fisheye
i shot this on those kind of table with a black glass surface
in the room with lights on.
Used PS to darken the background and adjust contrast:)
 

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If you bounce your flash, should minimize the reflections
 

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hmm the reflection come from the surrounding light.I dunno how much a cpl can help
but i'll keep that in mind.Thanks:)
 

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i was wondering what was ur lighting setup?
and the bottom of the phone which was reflective?

thks
cheers
 

Redsun

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i was wondering what was ur lighting setup?
and the bottom of the phone which was reflective?

thks
cheers
oh the bottom is actually a piece of black glass on top of a table...erm or i should say the top of the table is black and made of glass
No flash,just natural lighting
 

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Wow. Look like 3D Computer graphics phone ^^
 

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