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Old October 12th, 2015, 06:44 PM
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cygnusstudios cygnusstudios is offline
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Creating some mixed lighting backgrounds

We have begun shooting some various drinking glasses and while the ones that get used will be simple white backgrounds, I thought it might be fun to play around and try some mixed lighting and light patterns.

It's easy enough to mix colors, but I feel like it might be overpowering and completely taking over the image.

So what do you think of the mixed lighting? Too much, not enough, wrong colors all together, etc....

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Old January 7th, 2016, 09:21 PM
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Re: Creating some mixed lighting backgrounds

At first the colors struck me as being overwhelming. However, I do like how the pink and different shades of blue fall over the glass. Maybe a change in intensity or angle of the lights... like keeping the blue strong and just having a splash of pink? I think the glass would still pick that up while leaving the background a little softer.

I'm very new here and just quickly read the guidelines. I hope my comments are helpful and not out of line. I think it's cool that you're experimenting. Fun stuff.
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Old January 8th, 2016, 07:28 AM
Tishya Tishya is offline
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Re: Creating some mixed lighting backgrounds

I love bright colors and tend to oversaturate my clicks. I think the same about your image...the colors are brilliant but I agree with Dungeonfish that its a tad bit intense.
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