Originally Posted by Pengranger
These boots look great, especially at the price you paid!
^^ Commendable photographic technique:
- Background: You use a simple background that does not distract from the boots (i.e., someone's oriental rug)
- Distance: You close in right on the principal subject the boot. We get in close to see what we came for. That last shot of the leather surface and speed lace, did you need a macro lens or extender tubes for that?
- Angle: The point of vew is mostly horizontal or close to it. Not looking down at the shoe like the viewer is wearing them on his own feet This zooms us in too.
- Lighting: Soft and even. No harsh shadows or highlights.
Please, start a new thread on the technique you used, what equipment you used, and how you used it.