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In my world, angora sweaters were like a 50s thing - my mom's era, when women had pointy bras and pencil skirts etc. But a nice snug fuzzy angora or mohair sweater never totally goes out of style in my opinion.

 

That's true. But those tended to be 'pinup' sweaters, very form-fitting and lightweight, not at all fuzzy. Also dainty little cardigans, often embroidered on the bodice or with lace Peter Pan collars.

 

The ones I'm talking about are 80s, Dolman or bat-wing sleeves are typical, but the sweaters are so fluffy they look like they could fly away if a stiff breeze came up. I usually comb them or even brush with a dog brush (lightly) to enhance this before taking pictures.

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Gator guys aka @SpooPoker large scales on the side of the shoe big enough for "belly" in title? How do you tell the difference?

 

 

 

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So, I screwed up. I accidentally listed an item I no longer have. The problem is the buyer who bought it got 2 items. Is there any way I can just cancel one of the items, or do I have to cancel the entire order?

I offered to send the other item with free shipping. Buyer agreed. I was looking at a defect regardless, but hopefully this doesn't come back to bite me.
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Buyer beware of what this guy is pushing.

Moderndesignsf
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Pushing?
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Gator guys aka @SpooPoker
 large scales on the side of the shoe big enough for "belly" in title? How do you tell the difference? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)








Don Magic Juan sent those to you? lol8[1].gif

Naw, those aren't belly, thats neck/flank pieced parts. Belly are symmetrical in every way. Thats why they command a premium - because you need 2 alligators to make 1 pair of shoes (only one belly on each). These all come from one gator, all different parts.
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thats just crazy.

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Gator guys aka @SpooPoker
 large scales on the side of the shoe big enough for "belly" in title? How do you tell the difference? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)







Don Magic Juan sent those to you? lol8[1].gif

Naw, those aren't belly, thats neck/flank pieced parts. Belly are symmetrical in every way. Thats why they command a premium - because you need 2 alligators to make 1 pair of shoes (only one belly on each). These all come from one gator, all different parts.

Thanks!

 

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thats just crazy.

Where do you see this? 

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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post
 

Thanks!

 

Where do you see this? 

Seller hub, one of the graphics near the end of the page.

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Thanks!

 

Where do you see this? 

Seller hub, one of the graphics near the end of the page.

Shoot... I turned off the hub, was a pia

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Moved things around recently and re-setup my lighting/backdrop/mannequin. Any critiques?

 

 

:lurk:

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that looks awesome.
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Looking for critiques on my pic too. Ive been trying out photoshopping the background white for some main pics. does this look good? over saturated? anything I'm missing?

 

Before / after. Using lightroom wand to up exposure on the background. I don't actually remember doing anything to the body of the pic apart from bring the blue out to match the color in person.

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by Yorker - 9/15/16 at 7:08am
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Originally Posted by Letric View Post
 

Moved things around recently and re-setup my lighting/backdrop/mannequin. Any critiques?

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

:lurk:

Looks great

 

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Looking for critiques on my pic too. Ive been trying out photoshopping the background white for some main pics. does this look good? over saturated? anything I'm missing?

 

 

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Oversaturated. If you are shopping out the background I would use the select magic wand on the white first. Post a pic of the before and after which helps to see what you are doing

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Originally Posted by Yorker View Post
 

Looking for critiques on my pic too. Ive been trying out photoshopping the background white for some main pics. does this look good? over saturated? anything I'm missing?

 

Before / after. Using lightroom wand to up exposure on the background. I don't actually remember doing anything to the body of the pic apart from bring the blue out to match the color in person.

 

 


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

I actually think the unedited picture looks a lot better. Way more natural. White backgrounds aren't the be all end all in photography. (unless you're brianpore and you can do it perfectly and seemingly effortlessly.)

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