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Cold Steel
Cold Steel
Lonz


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Camera: Sony DSLR-A100K
Lens: Quantaray AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 High-Speed for Minolta
Date: Mar 1, 2008
Aperture: 5.6
ISO: 80
Shutter: 1/2.5
Date Uploaded: Mar 1, 2008

Viewed: 299
Comments: 9
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Just a quicky for the first day.

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03/06/2008 04:16:47 AM
I really like the reflections in the face of the watch.
03/03/2008 12:56:36 PM
the colors and composition are excellent but the out of focus writing at the bottom is bothering my eye :S Maybe you can try another shot, when you have more time, with a deeper DOF, to get all the writing in focus. On the 12, is is a diamond or is the glass cracked?
03/02/2008 01:11:56 PM
The blue X is wonderful for grabbing the attention and drawing the eye in then out again on the rays. Looks like this watch has seen some use.
03/02/2008 12:00:03 PM
I really like your composition here, well thought out. This watch looks like it's been very well loved :o)
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03/02/2008 07:28:34 AM
we all get pressed for time. It would be interesting to see what else you could do with this watch in a repeat session where you had more time to play with lighting, angles, etc.
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03/02/2008 12:56:10 AM
I like the blue bands, which I assume are not part of the watch but an effect of the lighting.
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03/01/2008 10:26:22 PM
instead of turning down the light (though it probably should be a bit more diffuse) i'd suggest just cranking down the aperture and get the whole watch in focus... say f/22... that'll eat up some of the light
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03/01/2008 08:53:09 PM
The strong lighting seems to make this a little hard to view.....
Maybe tey and take the shot again with less light and not so close.
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03/01/2008 08:29:29 PM
Very harsh light on this one. Direct flash may be the reason. Have to bounce the light off many sides or send through a white sheet to evenly illuminate the steel without producing flash reflections. With your current portfolio, I am frankly surprised that you chose this image to start with.

Message edited by author 2008-03-01 20:31:19.
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