Teteris in Portable Studio


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satpalravi

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well i have clicked this in my portable studio..made with white paper..and i puted the lamp above this object..
plz let me know how can i improve more..what do u think about this image


sorry for using outer link to upload image..i really dont know how to here...
 

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HTCahHTC

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seriously, it's too small...
 

Rashkae

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1. Read the stickies in the Newbies section to learn how to post images here.

2. Read the critique corner guidelines for posting.
 

satpalravi

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i have uploaded on flickr now..plz check now..
 

Rashkae

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I would start by using photoshop to smoothen out all the blemishes on the surface.
 

PyeeL

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I'm sorry, what am I supposed to comment about it?

Composition is.. not there.
I can't even figure out what it serves as actually, if not for your title.
And yes, the scars are unsightly. They shouldn't belong to the picture if they serve no purpose in any explanation of your subject.

If you ask me what I think about this image, I actually think not much of it.
Please do a proper writeup.
 

kritikosN1

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You should add a small writeup. But I am guessing this is a random test shot.

Composition is there, you just need to shift the target slightly towards the center more.

The subject has very nice harsh shadow, I am not sure it is done on purpose or by sheer luck. You might want to try a harsher shadow to make the texture stand out.

You just need a back fill light to make the background a "true white".

Get a few more light source and fix the lighting, you will get a welldone stock photo.

3/10
 

satpalravi

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You should add a small writeup. But I am guessing this is a random test shot.

Composition is there, you just need to shift the target slightly towards the center more.

The subject has very nice harsh shadow, I am not sure it is done on purpose or by sheer luck. You might want to try a harsher shadow to make the texture stand out.

You just need a back fill light to make the background a "true white".

Get a few more light source and fix the lighting, you will get a welldone stock photo.

3/10
thx a lot..i hv intentionally placed the light source abv this so that it can give a shadow..and the background too was intentionally left dark..
i will surely improve more..
 

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this is a 3D object, but you shoot it all three sides have same shade, no highlight area, no shadow area, and all in mid tone, it looks so 2D.

secondly, try to use a longer focal length lens, the perspective distortion looks so bad here.
 

zaren

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what were you trying to achieve with this shot? as a still-life, it doesn't look terribly exciting as the lighting looks flat. as an abstract, you could experiment with the post-processing to give it a more surreal glow against a black backdrop, for example by inverting and swapping colours.

e.g.
 

satpalravi

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what were you trying to achieve with this shot? as a still-life, it doesn't look terribly exciting as the lighting looks flat. as an abstract, you could experiment with the post-processing to give it a more surreal glow against a black backdrop, for example by inverting and swapping colours.

e.g.

thx man...well i am very amateur in photography...wll surely improve more in lighting..
 

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