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jeanie

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i do not have a macro lens, so got to make do with what i have.

shot with 50 1.4





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jeanie

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err...i dont sell watch one wor....
 

jeanie

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First pic is nice.

Ever tried using natural light by the window?
nope.i not into shooting still.
i shoot this watch only for memory sake.:bsmilie:
 

The Oracle

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I think if the logo is straight it will be better. Cos this is the brand mah! :bsmilie:
 

jeanie

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polariser ah?

i will try it again over weekends.was trying to get the 'multicoating' effect.

geeezzz i didnt know shooting reflective materials can be quite a challenge.

i cant imagine shooting cars...the amount of work and setup to be done.:sweat:
 

jeanie

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I think if the logo is straight it will be better. Cos this is the brand mah! :bsmilie:
isnt that a bit too conventional?
anyway, thanks.i will try it again.
room for improvement.
 

jeanie

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you need a reflector to bring some details in the shadow area
and some edge definition
ok.thanks.i will try it out weekends.

should have bought a light tent.
 

nikkie

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how about use a close up filter to get a closer shot, without needing a macro lens?

It's an ex watch but the faceglass don't have a multicoating good enought to cut reflection? :p
 

jeanie

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how about use a close up filter to get a closer shot, without needing a macro lens?

It's an ex watch but the faceglass don't have a multicoating good enought to cut reflection? :p

i dont think i have a closeup filter wor.got to go dig and find.storeroom in a mess!

normal viewing the multicoating is good enough.but under studio strobes, apparently it still cast a reflection, though the reflection aint white but it's the multicoating color.
 

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hey!
u can try extension tubes next time~ :)
 

jeanie

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jeanie

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What's the settings and lighting?
should be f8 -16.cant recall.

ss should be 1/250 cos i remember any slower i set went overexp.
i need to shoot more over weekend.
i want to get the multicoating effect.
 

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