davechinn wrote:A fine lookin' pair of boots !!! I like this image and it would go over pretty well as a product advertisement. However, my personal preference (based on the background) would have been to use weathered boots. It would fit the background environment much better, IMO. I understand this was a quick, grab the boots and shoot, which may not been your intentions. Either way, I still like it as is.
Psjunkie wrote:A very nice image Duck..Mr. Chinn has a point, I would also consider leaving the camera right laces untied, technically well done, all just really depends on your vision....
LindaShorey wrote:I love the positioning of the boots and the pristine, shiny newness contrasted against aged and weathered. The bright board on left is distracting; I'd like to see it more detailed and darker like the right side or the one below it. The laces, zippers, top stitching...all the details of this "product shot" are wonderful IMO. The photo certainly makes me want to go out and purchase a pair
Matt Quinn wrote:When I first viewed them, I thought the boots looked slightly used; a crease across the toes in the right shoe, and what looks like worn interiors at the tops of each boot. I was surprised to learn that they were new.
Matt Quinn wrote:I like the sheen on the left boot, but I find the right boot's tones above the dark toe section to be thin -- the only word that comes to mind. The overall tone reminds me of chocolate and my need for some. In a catalog, though, I would pass this by. Matt
Duck wrote:During a friend's photo shoot I grabbed these boots and went off to a quiet corner for an impromptu product shot. After sitting on this for a while I thought I would give it a non standard processing treatment. No, this would probably not fly for a client but I wanted to get people's opinions here to see if it could at least garner some viewer appreciation. Thoughts and comments appreciated, as always.
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