This is what I’ve got for the Studio Photography Insights #8: my version of creative watch shot:
Here is the mini-video tutorial from the shot:
Excellent shot, and very interesting video, thank you!
I would love to know more about your lighting setup, how much light (relatively) did come from the different lights? If 10 is max, I would guess top light on 7-8, stripboxes left/right on 4-5 and front light on 3-4, correct? Or is it only the honeycomb grid that makes the top light look so hard?
I watched a video of you explaining the shot after you took it. You went through the tank, the lighting and the snazzy little contraption to hold the watch with then went through the shots. But it didn’t show you actually taking any shots or showing how you made a wave. Is there another video on this?
Yep, I se now. I had this episode in the video originally, but then it was clipped out during editing. Sorry.
Yes, I was shaking the tank back’n forth and got the waves.
Outstanding shot! I just have one fairly stupid question I suppose but, how did you create the wave? Just shake the table or something?
@Ruben, Have you seen the video I put for you?
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