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Old 09-29-2014   #11
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Wonderful work...and a real challenge dealing with reflective blades. Wow.
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The client may not have specifed this shot but I think an image of a knife "in" a box would be interesting too.
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Very nice cases and knifes.
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Very beautiful knifes and photos
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Having shot loads of knives before both domestic and hunting I'd say the images are very flat.

There is just no sparkle and edge to them. Literally, you cannot see the edge, you need to highlight the chamfers and blade edges.

Also the second knife is falling backwards.

Did you shoot in a light tent? If so that's your problem there.

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Wonderful work...and a real challenge dealing with reflective blades. Wow.
Thank you Kate.

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The client may not have specifed this shot but I think an image of a knife "in" a box would be interesting too.
Unfortunately, we ran out of time, sigh. All we got was a snapshot of "The Hands Of The Maker"

Box interior 1000 wide.jpg

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Very nice cases and knifes.
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Having shot loads of knives before both domestic and hunting I'd say the images are very flat.

There is just no sparkle and edge to them. Literally, you cannot see the edge, you need to highlight the chamfers and blade edges.

Also the second knife is falling backwards.

Did you shoot in a light tent? If so that's your problem there.

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Thank you for your opinion Paul.

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Wonderful work...and a real challenge dealing with reflective blades. Wow.
Actually knives are relatively easy. Now spoons, they are super tricky.

Whereas a knife only has a single main plane to deal with, a spoon as that curve which reflects and picks up everything from every angle.


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