1. Hi. We moved systems, and because it was impossible to achieve feature parity between the systems, we opted to archive the old B&S threads but allow users to read them so that they can put them into our new B&S system.

    There is a support thread if you have any issues.

    Cheers,

    Fok.

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Shoes, and canali for sale.

Discussion in 'B&S Archive' started by LabelKing, Jun 9, 2004.

  1. LabelKing

    LabelKing Senior member

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    I have a pair of new Bally's, and a like new Canali shirt for sale on eBay. The shirt is a 15.5 which is to alreg for me, and the shoes, 8.5/9. Ebay items
     


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    I hope you don't mind me saying this, but the pictures of the shirt could be much better. They do not flatter the shirt and it's pure guesswork how the shirt looks from the pictures. The pattern breaks up into Moire patterns at the picture's resolution and the color seems to be off.

    I would iron the shirt well, including the sleeve seams and the front placket and fold it nicely so it looks as new as stated. Then, put the shirt onto a white table or any neutral  background near a window so you use a combination of flash and available light. Get a bit closer up so the pattern shows and make sure that the white balance on your camera is correct. I did this a few days ago when shooting my Jantzen shirts and got great results (IMO anyway. )

    Bjorn, an ex-photobuff
     


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