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    I created this photo using a professional photo studio. Comments...



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    To be honest I don't like the high key finish - it lacks clarity and the 'diamonds' are lost in a slight blur
    Sorry - this one is not for me
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    Its a good start, but I agree with john, the blur looses that focus on the diamonds.

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    Sorry,but my eye goes straight to the dark flaw on the left hand side of the shot which could easily be cloned out (

    For me,diamonds work best against a dark background-either black or royal blue.Its the beauty of the gems you are trying to show and they get lost in the high key.
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    Sorry, the image is a bit over exposed and may be better suited if shot on black to get the rings to pop a bit more. I also agree with Karin, before displaying images, it is good to do a quick look over to see if there are any imperfections and correct them so they do not detract from your image/product.

    Additionally, there needs to be a little shaddow so that the rings do not look like they are floating. It will help add depth as well.

    Keep trying, Studio work is not as easy as some think. I shot an entire sports memoribilia book for my cousin and although I was quite happy with the results, I still have a ton of learning to do, and the project was a great way to really get into studio work.
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