07-25-2015, 03:53 PM
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It's popular to compose a shaving brush shot by shooting down at a brush from an angle (first photo) so as to capture the knot's top and handle in the photo. I see this on the BS&T forum all the time as well as in product review posts. Whatever else this does composition-wise, it's not the best way of presenting brush and handle conformation. I'm all for artistic expression, but I hope a straight-on shot is also included in such posts (second photo) so the brush gets full coverage.

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 07-26-2015, 03:50 PM
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It's always nice to have a variety of shots of anything you are trying to sell and I have to agree that a direct shot of any brush from front and back, if possible, is the best way to present it/them.

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