Kitchen tools

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OP ms photo studio Regular Member • Posts: 130
Re: Kitchen tools
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Darrell Spreen wrote:

Black on black can be difficult and I think you've done it very well (as before). The composition seems a bit static to me (more overlap to the utensils?) but I like the wood accents leading to the corner. Also, I might suggest a small reflector or very weak side-lighting to provide some rim lighting to the black parts of the utensils -- it may be good or may detract.

I think it's a good item for a portfolio (I like it as a still life), and I've seen some very attractive low-key product photos in catalogs.

Not sure why focus stacking was needed.

Thank you.

I did focus stacking just because the angle of the camera and the Aperture of the lens.

I don't shoot more than F 11, the sweet spot of my lenses are between F 5.6 and F 8.

And because I am meticulous I want my images sharp and everything in it have to be in focus, at least when some blurry is needed.

I'm glad you like my picture, I always trying be the very best I can be, but sometime I do too much, especially with some simple packshots.

Compliments, good reviews and critique make me feel good and give me the strength to continue on my Photography path.

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