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    April comes she will..
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    I like your tulip composition Pramote.
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    Thanks so much Darr.
    Your landscape with ALPA Max is amazing.
    I like the Mamiya RZ for macro as it has a bellow and big viewfinder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post
    Thanks so much Darr.
    Your landscape with ALPA Max is amazing.
    I like the Mamiya RZ for macro as it has a bellow and big viewfinder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Landscapelover View Post

    April comes she will..
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    Lovely!

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    Thank you very much Ed!
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    My first "product shot". My wife started pottery lessons in January and came home with her first teapot yesterday. Any suggestions for lighting etc. would be appreciated. I have a feeling she will be asking me to do a lot more of these in the future.

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    The same setting as the previous picture.
    Very last sunlight.
    Thanks for viewing.
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    More of a before and after versus a behind the scenes.

    This was taken in Clyde Butcher's front yard in Big Cypress National Preserve FL.





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    One more then back to work...



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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    My first "product shot". My wife started pottery lessons in January and came home with her first teapot yesterday. Any suggestions for lighting etc. would be appreciated. I have a feeling she will be asking me to do a lot more of these in the future.

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    It is difficult to get a good result in this type of shot using less than 4 lights.

    The top back light is too strong and too hard.

    You do not have separation between the teapot and the work top at bottom right.

    A light tent is normally required for this type of subject.

    It is easier to photograph on glass, or on a light coloured material.

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    For a moment I thought about a quick swim, but then I realized it was just a passing thought, but now, I just wonder why

    Brilliant Don!


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    One more then back to work...



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    Hi !

    Another picture from Auvergne ! Nice weather, as usual (Everywhere I go, it rains ! Morocco, Death Valley, Italy etc)



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    jerome,

    could you please come back to Northern California? we did not get enough rain this winter.

    Nice image!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    jerome,

    could you please come back to Northern California? we did not get enough rain this winter.

    Nice image!
    Thanks !

    Yes, I will ! You can expect some rain in California around the 10th of May

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    Let me know if you get to Napa....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    Let me know if you get to Napa....
    Yes, I'll do it !

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    Cancale, France

    They hadn't rain for long time, then I came !



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    Jerome , the rain maker .
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    Venice, Italy


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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    Jerome , the rain maker .
    I think I could get a lot of money from this

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    My first "product shot". My wife started pottery lessons in January and came home with her first teapot yesterday. Any suggestions for lighting etc. would be appreciated. I have a feeling she will be asking me to do a lot more of these in the future.

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    I will start with this: I think this is pretty good for a first effort!

    Firstly, an explanation/diagram of your lighting setup would help in evaluation/feedback.

    However, without that, I think your lighting is probably too complicated and too direct.

    3D objects are often best shot with top-backlight to reveal structure. Then various amounts of fill are used to bring up shadows or add shine to reflective surfaces.

    I participated in a forum thread here about lighting products for a commercial job (which never came to pass). May be some interesting stuff there for you to digest.

    Keep at it!

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    Forgot to mention the background; neutral and untextured is usually best, so it won’t compete with the work for attention.

    Mid- to light grey works well, and ensures that the objects photographed don’t have spurious colour reflections.

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    Thank you Dick and mediumcool. I shall try your suggestions.

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    Some more from me... fun thread, and even though this is work for me, portraits are always FUN!
    H4D-40 80mm at f2.8, iso 400 one ARRI 650 watt light high and behind.. no added reflector or fill, just the light bouncing off the wall lighting her face...


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    and one more from the same session... flash this time...

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    Alien Worlds...

    As I continued to push the boundaries of what the camera/lens and I'm capable of doing, I've begun to notice some images taking on a surreal if not alien look. This will be the subject of an upcoming blog.

    For now at least here's a couple images and welcome to my world!


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    Face - DF/P65+ Metz Flash Mamiya 120mm f/11 1/125 ISO100


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    Unknown Plant
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    Bromeliads
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    From new series.

    RZIID, Aptus54s, 110/2.8 (OH HOW I LOVE LEAF SHUTTER)


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    ....


    8 by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    From new series.

    RZIID, Aptus54s, 110/2.8 (OH HOW I LOVE LEAF SHUTTER)


    1 by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr

    ....


    8 by Sergei Rodionov, on Flickr
    Question: is she a private dick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Question: is she a private dick?
    now now.. PI is job title.. Bob is the name.. (and whoever giggles right away, b/c can name a series from where Bob comes as name for a girl - gets a cookie from a jar).

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    And now for something completely different …

    My dog DB shown eyeing off Cleo the cat (she’s semi-wild, fed by my neighbour). DB’s fascinated by her, and wants to play, but she won’t have a bar of him. You can see that she has the sangfroid to snooze, but if he gets too close—WHAMMY!


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    Quote Originally Posted by tsjanik View Post
    Thank you Dick and mediumcool. I shall try your suggestions.
    One more thing. The pot is leaning out to the left a bit; were you close to the pottery using a short-ish lens? Distortion is lessened if you are further away, and perspective is steeper. The effects of pointing the camera down (so that you can see the tops of the items being photographed) is thus minimised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    now now.. PI is job title.. Bob is the name.. (and whoever giggles right away, b/c can name a series from where Bob comes as name for a girl - gets a cookie from a jar).
    An ex-girlfriend (we still talk) used to be called “Bobbie”, short for Roberta …

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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    An ex-girlfriend (we still talk) used to be called “Bobbie”, short for Roberta …
    Oh come on.. Blackadder , 2nd season

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    Quote Originally Posted by SergeiR View Post
    Oh come on.. Blackadder , 2nd season
    FYI.


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    There is also Bobbi Lane

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    From my picture-a-day project. I thought Jerome might enjoy this


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    He should!

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    Beautiful, and with extremely natural tones!

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    [QUOTE=tsjanik;410245]From my picture-a-day project. I thought Jerome might enjoy this

    Yes, I do !
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    ok
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent Goetz View Post
    The world seems to be on a socialist bent these days. That will work until folks get hungry and realize that the government doesn't do everything as well without capitalists.

    I think , there should not be any political discussion or any political statements here in this forum .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jotloob View Post
    I think , there should not be any political discussion or any political statements here in this forum .
    I agree, it's not the right place for this

    I have deleted my comments

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    That's from today.

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    RZIID, 140/4.5, Aptus54s,


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    Atlanta by night. Cambo AE,IQ 160, SK 60mm F11 34 second exposure. From my room 55th Floor

    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerome View Post
    That's from today.

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