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    Product Shoot - Hat

    Love anyone's comments on my latest test shot for some product shots I will be doing for a Brisbane clothing company.

    More details on the shoot like a setup shot and post processing details on my blog @ thephotojourney.com


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    i wouldnt buy the hat as it's not perfect - there are loose threads and a dent in the back

    Serious, you need to get that perfect

    Lighting looks OK, but you need sharpness front to back imho
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    Its only a test shot of 1 of my own hats. Actual hats are being shipped to me.

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    no EXIF data, so i don't know your settings but try and shoot between F/8-f/16

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    Was shot at f7.1

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    Whenever I do something like this i think its very important to have whole item in focus as Gregg is basically suggesting, but more importantly you need to display an accurate representation of the colours. I always try to make sure the item is lit evenly all round. This prevents areas of light coloured highlights and areas of darker saturated shadows. Kind of like what you have done here.

    I would move those light sources away and make sure they are soft, and even all around.

    If you search google images for "baseball caps" you are bound to find a heap of examples.
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