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 How to capture Brass metal handicrafts Picture. 
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Post How to capture Brass metal handicrafts Picture.
I want to take picture of Brass metal Items. But while taking picture i fount half part of item as dark and half as bright, which is looking bad and not giving the right view of product in image.
Can any one help me how did i take the pic so that i can get right view of the product as the product is
I m using camera canon D450 with two lights
Thanks in advance

Sharad


Thu Apr 30, 2009 10:56 pm
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Post Re: How to capture Brass metal handicrafts Picture.
This is so... random?? :?

I'd suggest you look into HDR techniques.. or work with some curve adjustment on raw files?


Fri May 01, 2009 11:57 am
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Post Re: How to capture Brass metal handicrafts Picture.
If it is something small a light diffuser box to put it in may be in order.
Otherwise, possibly some diffusing of your light sources to prevent bright reflections.

HDR as Jay mentioned could work wonders too.

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Fri May 01, 2009 4:39 pm
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Post Re: How to capture Brass metal handicrafts Picture.
Personally, I would recommend using a light diffuser box for metallic objects. You can try bouncing the lights of a wall/ceiling/diffuse reflectors. The use of HDR is up to you since people either love it or hate it.

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Tue Nov 24, 2009 7:40 pm
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Post Re: How to capture Brass metal handicrafts Picture.
le0ne wrote:
The use of HDR is up to you since people either love it or hate it.


HDR need not be love/hate . The processing of HDR is to be love/hate. There is so much confusion around this...


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