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[Image: 526591_434182069991756_1526693478_n.jpg]

24-Mar-2013 19:52
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What, no wedgies?Icon_cool

Nice image.

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24-Mar-2013 20:53
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They look kinda used/dirty. If that's what they are, then fair enough Icon_smile

24-Mar-2013 21:42
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I cleaned them up best i could Icon_sad

Ideally, if i can get the eye for it, i'd love to do it with new pairs.

135mm f8 was totally not enough DOF either, but since they're dirty maybe it helped more than anything. I had to resist the urge to just do one shoe and then flip it and replace the tag.

Or maybe i should.

24-Mar-2013 22:16
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I like it good shoe shot

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25-Mar-2013 08:33
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Pretty decent shoe shot, Case. You may not know this, but I look at lots of pictures of shoes Icon_wink . Most shoe shots tend to show one shoe shot turned more to the side, to allow the viewer to get a better idea what they look like. This is especially true of T-Straps and high heels and boots, where the side profile of the shoe is much more important to a woman than the front. If this was a product shot, I would suggest that you turn one shoe to present the inner side.

If this is an artistic shot, then the side profile isn't as important, and your presentation is fine. Maybe brighten the shot by about 1/3 stop. While the white BG is good, I think the shoes themselves could use a tad more light, but not much, I think you're really close. Overall, nicely done.

As far as shoes go, I like the color. I'm not wild about the heavy, sloping ankle-strap (especially in suede) because it looks like it is "falling down". Of course, I think that's the style that the designer is going with in this pair of shoes. I personally like thinner ankle-strap/T-strap designs, and I don't own too many suede shoes, because they get messed up pretty quickly.

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25-Mar-2013 14:55
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Thanks, i shall keep in mind the differences between artistic and commercial shots, i had not thought that the profile would be important but it makes sense that it would!

25-Mar-2013 17:46
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(25-Mar-2013 14:55)June Bug wrote:  You may not know this, but I look at lots of pictures of shoes Icon_wink

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25-Mar-2013 18:12
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