File name: IMG_98184xlensbowldifinsoftboxbowlup.JPG
File size: 81.56 KB
Exposure time: 1/500 seconds
F stop: 8.00
Focal length: 11.80 mm
Camera model: Canon PowerShot S3 IS
Additional Information:
In this photo, the bowl diffuser was set as shown in the previous part of the tutorial (majority of bowl above the lens barrel). In my opinion, this is very close to a perfect photo for this particular object. Of course, the line in the back of the model shouldn't be there. To prevent this type of problem a sweeping piece of paper could have been placed under the model. The paper would sweep from the bottom of the enclosure and up the back wall in a long radius. This would have made the transistion from the horizontal surface to the back wall virtually invisible. We used the sweep on the page where I showed you the basics of photographing a watch with no visible reflections on the crystal.

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