|6th of August 2007 (Mon)||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Vancouver, BC
Shooting photos for a catalogue, need help.
Im new to these forums, looks like a great place here with a ton of members!
I recently purchased a cannon rebel XTI as my first digital SLR, im having a great time with it!
I just have a question regarding a simple catalogue shoot i have to do for a client.
I will be shooting approximately 200 different photos for various metallic items ( door knobs, locks, etc.) The dull looking items i do not have a problem with, however some items are shiny brass or chrome, and are relatively difficult to shoot without getting horrible reflections.
Just wondering if anyone has any tips on shooting shiny items!
Thanks in advance!!
|6th of August 2007 (Mon)||#3|
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: Sydney, Australia
Re: Shooting photos for a catalogue, need help.
as jayspec says, hurry to Strobist and read Specular Highlight Control. and anything else you can find there.
Some cameras, some lenses, Various light sources.
My Flickr stuff
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