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jm_usmc
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Mar 06, 2011 20:51 |  #1

My first try at shooting a watch. C&C would be appreciated.

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Mar 06, 2011 20:55 |  #2

Nice exposure and reflection.
Clean the watch first, I see fingerprints on it.
did you watermark the watch, seems like I see Jim written in the reflection. I think it woudl be best to watermark the bottom of the image if that is the case.

Put a white sheet or board behind you so we can not see the reflection of everything in the room on the ring,

If this it to showcase a watch then remove the blemishes in photoshop. If it is to sell the watch then great image.


all in all goods shot and nice watch :D


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Mar 06, 2011 21:27 |  #3

10:10

Otherwise looks good.


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Mar 07, 2011 18:16 |  #4

midnight_rider: Thank you for the pointers. You are correct on all of them. There are two watermarks on the reflection and yes the one is a little too obvious. I didn't notice all of the reflections until I loaded the pics on the computer then they were quite noticeable.

Bendel: Thanks for the comments. I'll have the hands correct next time.+


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