Of course I had to shoot an image using soft light. Any additional shadow I eliminated in post production. It is important to notice how the image changes by using different light settings. This image is rather boring in comparison to the high drama images having shadows and light reflections.
Enjoy and happy photographing!
PS: I will take a beak for a week and be back on August 8, 2011.
When you shoot a “portrait” you need a “prop” to enhance your subject. I decided to use a “worm” for that purpose.
Enjoy and keep on photographing!
In this images I grouped the Gummy Bears closer together and I changed the direction of the light.
Enjoy and happy clicking!
This weeks exercise is about photographing Gummy Bears. Using a slash you have the capability to create shadows and light reflections of the subject. As always, have fun with this exercise!
I put the Gummy Bears on a matte 8X10 inkjet paper and used tin foil to create some sort of a snoot light. Then I experimented and took several shots. This one I liked!