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Pineapple sent on January 03, 2014 (1:41) by Biancaluna. 2 comments, 549 views.

at 39mm, 1 sec f/7.1, ISO 100, tripod.

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sent on January 03, 2014 (9:57) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Biancaluna ... I looked in your suggestions .... I usually seen continuous improvement, as well as switching to different lighting techniques ... from fixed to light painting? .... This is your last proposal better in many ways .... you used a black cloth to make disappear the last shadows of the fruit, have been looking for a more careful composition and shot almost 45 degrees and you have avoided the not perfectly horizontal plane taken that noticeable in shots previous ...
can be improved in my opinion, the lighting real ... in the sense that if you use the light painting I suggest you try a little 'light in less .... a longer exposure time (from four to eight seconds) to give you time to spend with a small flashlight in the shade on the fruit, leaving a part of it .... of course you will need to close the aperture to compensate for the time most lungor. if you only have a fixed technique then I suggest you move the light back and maybe even sideways trying with and without a small reflector on the opposite side depending on your taste ...... I hope you useful ... a greeting:-P

sent on January 03, 2014 (10:44) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Damiana Hello, thank you for your visit and we are also very grateful for your suggestions, I will treasure it and to put them into practice at the earliest opportunity hello hello


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