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    B&W Wine Bottles

    The same five wine bottles as in my previous thread. This time I used large white reflectors on the left and right sides to add lighter tonalities to the middle area of the bottles.

    C&C encouraged as always, though I have no questions to ask.

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    Re: B&W Wine Bottles

    Mike, this series has a more polished look. The first photo is really quite good.

    Karm

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    Re: B&W Wine Bottles

    Mike, fabulous shots once again. I am leaning towards #3 as my personal favorite of this set, I like the angle so the tops are not flat across. The only slight distraction in #1 is the fact that the lead bottle seems slightly off-center to the left. Other than that small issue, I really enjoy your work.

    I would have thought you would have at least a couple more bottles by now.

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    Re: B&W Wine Bottles

    Quote Originally Posted by Karm Redland View Post
    Mike, this series has a more polished look.
    Thanks, Karm. That's due to using the reflectors. The other series had no reflectors, which makes it intentionally much more stark.

    Quote Originally Posted by plumcrak View Post
    The only slight distraction in #1 is the fact that the lead bottle seems slightly off-center to the left.
    You're right. Darn!

    I would have thought you would have at least a couple more bottles by now.
    One is on the way; it's half empty. That perhaps explains why the bottle that you mentioned is off-center.

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