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avatarjunior
sent on June 07, 2012 (14:05) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Congratulations, very nice :)
Some information on the implementation? Thank you :)

avatarjunior
sent on June 07, 2012 (14:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

willingly, the image of the bottle body and the toothbrush are obtained by the sum of the foci of 6 shots ISO100 - f14 - 1/125 ... Bottle and brush lying on a rectangular panel of poliplax. The droplets were applied on the bottle with a spray diffuser and the effects water made by further 4 shots with the same characteristics.

Enlightenment through one flash diffuser softbox 80x120 mounted vertically, 2 white panels on the sides of depron. The flash has been adjusted to a power low enough to allow a good freezing of water spray (to a minimum of power obtains a time flash of 1/20.000 of a second). If you have any questions I can give you more details ...

avatarjunior
sent on June 07, 2012 (14:58) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thank you :)

avatarjunior
sent on June 07, 2012 (15:13) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Well done, really well done.
Can I ask how you relaizzato shots for the water effects?

avatarjunior
sent on June 07, 2012 (15:48) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Of course,

Meanwhile, I make it clear that the spray top was lit differently from the water bottom in which they are immersed objects, the shots are made at different times.

The water jet upper is made by spraying water from the hose of a shower and moving quickly to scatter the jet, if you want to get such a wave you just direzionarlo curved slightly upwards and gravity does the rest. I always recommend to illuminate the water "floating in the air" (or cmq any clear liquid) in a passive way. That is, by illuminating the bottom of the casting itself and not in flight, the reflections will be less troublesome and the water will be illuminated by the light which filters inside, the result is more realistic and enjoyable.

The water at the bottom of then which they are immersed objects by force of circumstances was illuminated in the same way as the subject, you can see the reflections in fact. You can not illuminate for transparency because it is in a container and it would be less realistic if I used a light source different from that which illuminates objects.

In general splashing water or with water and liquid effects I would suggest always flash fast. They allow you to freeze the image much better. One of the reasons why always prefer the flash to slide relative to those from study, have a much shorter time of lightning and are much more practical.

Finally I suggest always to make these shots in a composed, in 2 days. It 'difficult if not impossible to make a good simultaneous illumination of solid objects together with theiquidi transparent. A good solution to illuminate the transparent is probably bad to illuminate the subject and vice versa, so do it in 2 days ... first get the shot of the subject then do the shots of the liquid, careful not to move anything that the composition remains the same.

avatarjunior
sent on June 10, 2012 (18:12) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Really interesting ... photos and explanation!

avatarjunior
sent on June 13, 2012 (12:14) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks for the "enlightening spigazioni"!

avatarjunior
sent on February 08, 2013 (0:44) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Excellent Still-life "dynamic" very well done not only technically but also as a commercial communication. I find it perfectly in line with the height and the advertising typical of these types of products. I was struck by your technique to get as much depth of field with a medium telephoto. If possible I would like to know how to get the pictures integrated with each other? I mean changing the focus does not change the size of objects and maybe even a little 'perspective? thanks

avatarjunior
sent on March 22, 2013 (12:58) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

In advertising photography, this technique is called "mounting focus", 90% or more of the advertising shots of small objects is made so. With medium format that are used in the professional field is practically a must given the limited depth of field that these formats have.

It is a lot throughout the set, and without moving anything you do several shots gradually increasing the distance of focus. Once you have all the fireworks on any subject "from head to tail" are mounted fires with the usual software. It realizes a level for each shot so for example if they have been executed 20 shots for the mounting of the foci, in the file there will be 20 levels.

The answer to your question is yes. By varying just the fire there are minor variations in proportions and deformazione perspective. It is obvious that in climbing the perspective of that particular shot with the tool in the software.

I hope to have been exhaustive.

avatarjunior
sent on July 20, 2013 (15:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Very impressive .... Congratulations

avatarjunior
sent on July 20, 2013 (15:56) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

pure entertainment and admiration for the lavorone!

avatarsenior
sent on July 20, 2013 (17:19) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Centerbe Hello, congratulations for the work done. But above all, congratulations for the explanation of the technique, too often they are shots that when you ask for some information about how they were executed the owner is very often vague or even unresponsive.
You gave a detailed description of your work without leaving the slightest doubt us curious.
I make a quick consideration the "click and 'nice, but your behavior and' a lot better for shooting himself."
Thanks again for helping with a detailed description so also to the improvement of our future shots.
David

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sent on September 13, 2013 (16:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful photo and very interesting technique that there is' behind.
I have one curiosity '.
In economic terms (compensation to achieve the photo) come'e 'comparison with the same image but made entirely in 3D?
Occupandomi of 3D, I would say that to achieve such a thing it takes about 3/4 days if done by an experienced professional and the result would be indistinguishable.
What do you think about that?
Again congratulations for the excellent work you do!

avatarsenior
sent on September 13, 2013 (16:57) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

the answer to the question of Juriaboni also very interested in me, working in the world of often I am faced with the same dilemma.

avatarjunior
sent on October 21, 2013 (14:04) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

congratulations for shooting and explanation! :)

avatarjunior
sent on January 02, 2014 (20:33) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Sorry if I reply late I've been busy lately.

David, in fact you're right there among photographers reluctantly to give explanations, sometimes due to the fact that they are not always coscenti of how they arrived at this result, but more often I think it is a form of jealousy. I do not know if you've ever gone fishing, but the old fishermen never tell you, not even the dead, where they go fishing. Sara, who until a few years ago this was a job that was done by craftsmen, we learned through the years and stealing eyes. Today, thank God, not all do so, and you can learn tips and tricks from anywhere. The site itself is an example of Juza.

Juria, is more or less the time it takes is the same, perhaps a little less with the photograph. I think the result is always a little different commonque. I also work with 3D and I see so many graphic works. Some of the photographs are excellent that seem real, but with photographic eye at least I always notice the difference. The details with the 3D are never so rich as with photography, not because it would not be possible to do so, but because, as you yourself have noted would require so much time working on 3D it would not be convenient, at least this is my opinion.


avatarjunior
sent on March 14, 2014 (0:16) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Very nice, I like the sharpness and colors. I love the composition and the idea is well done!

avatarjunior
sent on March 09, 2015 (8:40) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

spectacular!

user34611
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sent on May 22, 2015 (13:09) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Now I only see this picture, and now I only read the explanations.
I join the chorus of thanks for your "open source mind", and just as the chorus of compliments!

Greetings

avatarsenior
sent on May 22, 2015 (14:00) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful, congratulations!
And congratulations for explanations.


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