SFwatchGuy, are those your pictures? Did you use any Photoshop's tweaking?
Yes, those are my pictures. The only tweaking was white balance color correction. All pictures were taken with a Canon T2i in a light tent.
Thank you for the information. Stunning pictures.
Great detailed pics I really need to invest in a new picture. And great thread title! ...caught my eye
Great Pics. They really show off a lot of depth and detail in the watch faces.
Nice plant! The watches are ok too, I guess...
Can you tell me what exactly is white balance or what does it do ? I stumbled upon mine in the settings of my canon eos 1000d but I never changed it or anything.
I must accept that i am loving these detailed images. We can clearly observe what impact a good image have with a good background like if you compare a bad image of the same watch an image above you will see the difference. It is all about how you represent your product and it matters alot.
White balance is a feature of your digital camera that allows the sensor to record images with the correct color balance under different types of light. Sun light and tungsten light are two of the light types available. Most people just leave the setting on automatic, but many cameras can be adjusted. Regular old film comes in different emulsions to correct the colors under different lighting. There are also filters available if a person wants to use regular film under tungsten light.
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