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#41 Biglou13

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Posted 30 March 2013 - 07:14 PM

Well I am not much experienced in this photography field But I want to improve my skills in this. I mostly capture my scales picture for my out city customers, and send all the picture trough the social website or mail and some time in hard copy. I think I am not fully expert in this so guys I want to know that about some capturing tips which help me to improve my skill.



While I am new to pottery, I am not new to photography!

I'll be glad to help. But will need a little,more info. Camera lens focal length, lighting source, distance from source, light modifiers.
A picture is worth a thousand words...... Post one with some info on what you did and well go,from there.

It's a lot of work to make a set, light it, shoot your work, up,load to computer, edit, color correct, retouch, resize, catalog, file, print, upload. It takes some work but it isin't rocket science....
But if you want professional looking images it takes a professional effort. I'm guilty of it frequently using I phone or I pad which equals substandard results.
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