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Photographing a Bottle: A lighting Lesson

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** Sign up at http://theslantedlens.com for free video lighting tutorials & gear giveaways *** Photographing a Bottle: A Photo Lighting Lesson By Jay P. Morgan. This video is part three in a three...

Now to try to see if I can apply this to my tiny little charm bottle to get black line on the sides.
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what about for people who does not have all this fancy equipment
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No. You can make these effects so simple and alone.
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I've only had this lens for a few days and I will say it has impressed me. It does have drawbacks, needs lots of light and is somewhat heavy. I would not like to carry all day,but for my need it isn't a problem. : http://amzn.to/Wr8zqw
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I love this video. easy to understand.
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Thanks so much! Now if you cn do a video on how to superimpose the model/bottle... :)
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You should be able to eliminate the reflection on the bottle. The reflection is distracting. I shoot at ISO 100, F22, no reflection... You should not be doing tutorials julesdesign.ca/JDO_graphic_Files/Product_PIC_samples/MOTTS/Canada-Dry/Canada-Dry-Toronto-Cold-Drink-Photography-Studio.html julesdesign.ca/JDO_graphic_Files/Product_PIC_samples/MOTTS/Clamato/Toronto-Mixed-Drink-Photography-Studio-Motts-Clamato.html
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i have been trying to eliminate a reflection on a iphone that i have to shoot it straight on with no reflection, can you help me get this reflection out f the shot? Thanks and love your videos. fun looking place!
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Fantastic work!!! Hahaha nice ending!
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You blow my mind dude! Lucky for me I saw this video. the spray thing I love to try that. Thanks for the video ^_^
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Thanks for this tutorial !! I like to know... 50% Water + 50% of what ? Thanks in advance !!
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It is possible to apply these techniques with other lights though, or to adapt the techniques to your own tastes. Also, with a paying job, it often makes more sense to hire the lights than to buy them.
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@sTiNkYkIlLeR Great. Glad you found this helpful. Keep me updated on that.
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Some things that come to mind are putting a large black cloth behind the camera then wrap the camera and tripod in black. I use duvetine which is used in the movie business.Move your lights to the sides so they are not reflected in the glass. I hope that helps.
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i love you man!! your videos helped me a lot... thank you.
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@homefrogg4 The glycerin helps keep the water beaded and in place.
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Love this guy...MADMAN!!! Wouldn't by chance need another assistant, would you? Great videos...learning quite a bit.
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Good morning! Have you tried photo sfxart tricks (search on google)? My work buddy Brian made some great pics with their video lessons.
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Loved the video and the photo. Great tutorial. But you're using like 3-6 grand in lights and modifiers to photograph a bottle.
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very beautifully explained with showing the effect of each lights. Thank you so much it was really useful
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Thanx 4 sharing your knowledge with us. Very good and asy to follow video tutorials...Great job!
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You can try to cross polarise. If you put a polarising filter on the light that is causing a reflection (it has to be in front of your light modifier). If you add it inside the modifier it wont work. I use Rosco #7300. Then use a polarising filter on the lens. If you have a modelling light this would help but if not some trial and error and you would remove the reflection (on most cases I can get the reflection to go away completely) Hope that helps.
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No by now, but in a near future. If I made it, I post the picture link here. :-) And of course credits to you. Really appreciated !!
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The backdrop is normal seamless paper you can get from most photography supply stores.
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Every things is great...just please do not end things like you do not care about things,,,destroying...not as constructive as all your work in teaching us. Thanks.
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are'nt you afraid of law suits?
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julesdesign.ca/JDO_graphic_Files/Product_PIC_samples/Wisers-Whisky/Toronto-Spirits-Liquor-LCBO-Commercial-Photography.html
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thanks for sharing this! :D Really learning a lot from your videos.
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@sTiNkYkIlLeR 50% water / 50% Nitro glycerin ... then shake.
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Really well done step by step. Thanks for sharing the knowledge!
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@sTiNkYkIlLeR That was 50% water + 50% glycerin. Thanks for watching. Do you have some glass photo shoots coming up?
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Hi Slanted! great stuff! I had to get quick shoot of bottle last night and used your technique. Get nice result! Just used the key light softbox vertical - was nicer look for me. Thanks a million for the video!
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Really nice and simple, Thank you!
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