Judy Merson  


 Seiko Works by Judy Merson

November 2023 - Seiko Works

About the Image(s)

I took it with my iPhone 12 promax handheld and sharpened in Photoshop and added my texture and a stroke


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4 comments posted




Walter Ho   Walter Ho
For this product shot, using a softer or bounce light would be better. There are quite a bit of reflections off the watch and also shadows. Not all details can be seen. Can consider to use fill light to remove the shadows.

To bring out the watch, I would prefer a white background.   Posted: 11/08/2023 05:56:39



Leonid Shectman   Leonid Shectman
I would also preffer white background and a litle be sharper immage   Posted: 11/12/2023 09:33:58



Jon Joyce   Jon Joyce
I share the other's reaction to the reflections and shadows on the watches. Reducing contrast might help and avoid simply starting over with the bounce light that Walter is thinking about. I do not mean to detract from the success of this photograph in my eye. It has woderful interest impact. ( I did not notice the background you chose!)   Posted: 11/16/2023 17:37:31



Jody Coker   Jody Coker
In my opinion the shiny surface makes this a hard subject to light correctly. Soft light with no shadows or directional lighting to enhance the fine. Good luck ‘¼   Posted: 11/20/2023 14:02:57