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    • Gonna take one last crack at this.
    • For anyone know this or has owned both P15 and P17, I was wondering if they’re like really similar models with P17 being a shorter version of P15. 
    • I’m also 180 cm, about 75 kg. 50 cm shoulder and like my clothes fit a bit loose. I always go XL with hardshells, but this tee I went for L and it’s a tiny bit longer than I expect(like a tiny teeny longer than the prefer length but still looks good)
    • true, true, the things having to be done to entice ppl to read on paper these days! nice to see a horsebit loafer here... & we need to get a book thread going...
    • sorry to hear smock a no-go... less technical advice than above... but a potted history of the product shot in pics to get an eye for things? how to shoot things? thinking about where to place and light things...? Spanish still life of 1600s - invented a particular non-space and concentration on the object itself... (something similar happens in Holland too at this time...);  Juan Sánchez Cotán   and Francisco de Zurburan     back to 20th century when Robert Mapplethorpe wasn't doing hardcore s&m portraits he did a mean flower...     Walker Evans' photo-story on tools in the 50s gets to the joy of simple things... [note the attention to tonality of background in backgrounds here... it can work with the object or go into other directions...]     Hugo P. Herdeg's 1940s lightswitch gets a bit of dynamism and two-tone going on...     whilst Paul Outerbridge does a lot with shape and form in the 1920s...     a favourite of the current moment is Sheltens & Abbenes... I've posted on their re-doing of the flat-lay before... a 2021 version     basically no one way to skin the cat; but practice makes perfect and context makes the object 'become' itself...
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