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doublehmom
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Apr 16, 2011 16:19 |  #16

Stacey, Those are really great shots. Where did you buy your seamless paper?




  
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Apr 16, 2011 23:59 |  #17

As for ideas indoors. I think a shallower depth of field will really help you here. Also possibly move in for more of a tighter shot. Get those eggs and basket enough out of focus where theyre not as distracting. And for your lighting. The lighting in the indoor ones is good. However studio lighting will ultimately give you different results. Window light can be beautiful. Just needs to be harnessed. Also I see you said you saw other natural light pictures with the same camera look great. They may have looked great but they were probably under different conditions than you were dealing with here. You can have the best camera in the world but you need awesome lighting to really make it shine. Good luck with your shots!




  
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Apr 17, 2011 06:35 |  #18

I just posted it separately, then saw this thread and could not resist

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Apr 17, 2011 23:00 |  #19

doublehmom wrote in post #12235306 (external link)
Stacey, Those are really great shots. Where did you buy your seamless paper?

Thank you! I got this paticular roll at a local photography/camera store but next time I buy it I will be ordering from B&H :)

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As for ideas indoors. I think a shallower depth of field will really help you here. Also possibly move in for more of a tighter shot. Get those eggs and basket enough out of focus where theyre not as distracting. And for your lighting. The lighting in the indoor ones is good. However studio lighting will ultimately give you different results. Window light can be beautiful. Just needs to be harnessed. Also I see you said you saw other natural light pictures with the same camera look great. They may have looked great but they were probably under different conditions than you were dealing with here. You can have the best camera in the world but you need awesome lighting to really make it shine. Good luck with your shots!

Thanks for all the tips! Very true that lighting makes a HUGE difference!

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