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M.Alhaidan
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Jul 30, 2017 09:32 |  #1

My first attempt into Food Photography.


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Aug 12, 2017 13:12 |  #2

Due to the angle of view the jar seems to be two dimensional. This might have been the concept but in general most of the time we try to show depth in the pics.


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Oct 02, 2017 11:36 |  #3
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It has a good idea, but the follow through fell a little flat. Maybe try a 45-degree angle next time? Or straight down on the scene?




  
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Dec 21, 2017 03:53 |  #4

Nice pic, i would suggest you to try using on main light and several small "reflectors" on different sides of the future shots. For example:
One main light allows you create depth and dimension in the images.


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Jan 21, 2018 07:50 |  #5

Alex C. wrote in post #18523096 (external link)
Nice pic, i would suggest you to try using on main light and several small "reflectors" on different sides of the future shots. For example:
One main light allows you create depth and dimension in the images.

Thanks for the tips!




  
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Jan 21, 2018 08:01 |  #6

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