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TanyaH Plus
18 1.3k 411 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2014 11:34AM
Funnily enough, I've just been looking at info on the RGB colour space settings in Photoshop! Grin

I like this image - it's simple, yet very effective. One thought though ... if you put a piece of black card either side of the left and right hand bottles, that should give you a definite black line down the outside of the glass, which would help to stop them bleeding into the white background so much. (At least, that's what the normal advice is for glass photography - never tried it yet, but that's what 'they' say ... Grin) You may have already done this, but for me it's quite noticeablely absent on the red filled bottle ... ?
sitan1 Plus
12 1.3k 1 United Kingdom
8 Jul 2014 12:38PM

Quote:Funnily enough, I've just been looking at info on the RGB colour space settings in Photoshop! Grin

I like this image - it's simple, yet very effective. One thought though ... if you put a piece of black card either side of the left and right hand bottles, that should give you a definite black line down the outside of the glass, which would help to stop them bleeding into the white background so much. (At least, that's what the normal advice is for glass photography - never tried it yet, but that's what 'they' say ... Grin) You may have already done this, but for me it's quite noticeablely absent on the red filled bottle ... ?



Thankyou for some great feedback.
You are the second person to mention the black card so something tells me I will be getting some black card for the future Grin

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