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Old 28-04-2005, 12:15   #1 (permalink)
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Just a heads-up: http://www.cps.canon-europe.com/arti...ticleId=100406
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Film or digital.. I don't get why they feel the need to call that article "shooting products with digital" as if it's any different :lol: Lighting is lighting, and with product, or indeed any still life shot, lighting is king! Whether it's digital or film makes no damned difference at all. Some good advice in there, but just baffled by the title... it makes you think there is stuff in there that only people who shoot digitally need to know.

Surprised there's no mention of controlling reflections, and indeed using reflections... one of the hardest things to do with still life. Shooting shiny things is one of teh hardest things to do, yet when you get it right, the most impressive.
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