not posted much on this forum, mainly because I wasn't too concerned with how my watch pictures looked online. That all changed when I decided to construct a "lightbox" a few weeks ago. Now, I can't seem to stop taking photos. I'm constanty experimenting with my camera's settings and light levels by positioning the box in certain ways relative to the light source.
I do use a touch up program (Adobe Photoshop 3.0), and adjust the levels to brighten the subject, but nothing else in the digital "jiggery-pokery" stakes. Ideally, I'd like to get away from having to use any form of digital compression for my images. I use black alcantara as my backdrop, and at times it can darken the images.
These are my lastest shots, please, let me know what you think.
(This one hasn't recieved the Adobe treatment)
Thanks for looking, any tips would be greatly appreciated