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Inspiration needed for photos!

Discussion in 'Vape Porn' started by ReservedCBD, Apr 4, 2019.

  1. ReservedCBD

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    Hello planet of the vapes!

    Show me some vape porn photography, I’ve been attempting to get some beautiful photos of our products but feel like I need some inspiration! It’s a CBD vape Additive and where based in the Yorkshire Dales! You would think that’s easy but when it’s a small bottle and the country side a big place its harder than you think! So drop me some inspiration

    Ps here my attempt today :)

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  3. Huggett

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    That looks ace, it'd be better if the water was flowing. If the water flows, get a tripod and do a 5-10min slow shutter ;D
     
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  4. speedfreek67

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    It's around bluebell time again, so if you can find some, you could do something like this:

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  6. Michael jackson

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    3 seconds should be enough. 10 Min would make the water look like a sheet of glass
     
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  7. speedfreek67

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    Yup a long exposure like 3 seconds should be enough. In fact, anything under 1/30th of a second and water tends to look less frozen in time and more dynamic. This was taken at 1/5th of a second.

    20180529_205343_NIGHT-01.jpg

    Edit: Looking at the filename, I might have taken that photo using "night mode", where it takes a series of photos in quick succession and then combines them into one. Ignore me. :)
     
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  8. ReservedCBD

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    I like that idea very much! I’m going to get some funny looks for this one :)
     
  9. Slanger

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    @ReservedCBD to replicate that constantly you would use ND filters to cut out the light enabling a long shutter, you then may use a gradulated ND filter to balance the sky to the ground so you get the beautiful colour of the sky in at the same time.

    @ReservedCBD if you have any particular photographic questions your more then free to PM mate. It was my game until my medical condition.
     
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  10. Slanger

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    That slow soft look works great on stormy clouds and some lakes, or really dramatic at the coast
     
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  11. ReservedCBD

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    @Slanger i best come clean this picture was done on iPhone XS I do however have a canon eos 750D, do plan on using it for the more professional stuff. I know how turn it on, play with settings etc but what you’ve just said is the kinda stuff I need to know! Not only to get great pictures of my products but of everything & anything :)

    Thsnk you for offering some help too! Deeply appreciated
     
  12. Slanger

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    @ReservedCBD That doesnt matter mate, I used to teach one on one tutorials trust me and hour or two is all you need to get you really going.

    The offers there mate could always teach you via skype, no catch just happy to help.

    Oh and best camera is always the one that you have with you ! Even a mobile.
     
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