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Old November 6, 2010, 11:32 PM   #8
Sturmgewehre
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I'm with you OM, white backgrounds aren't necessarily a bad thing. I shoot against them quite often. Here's one such example.



It's all about the lighting and the camera settings if you want to bring out detail. The white, when properly exposed becomes neutral and the subject almost looks as if it's floating in white space. It's a popular technique for product photography.
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