Beautiful and congratulations, especially the white one. As far as I can see no blemishes on that one.
No, maybe this winter, but "life" seems to be keeping me plenty busy!
Yes, the light yellow ones look off-white to me.
Yes, the pale yellow glaze appears white. Not a bad thing, they are certainly not ugly.
Can you post another picture of them, I would appreciate having a chance to see what you see concerning the pale yellow.
That said, in the first group of 5 pots, I agree with darrellw about #2 and 4. Are any of these pots for sale, especially #2 or 4? I think they might be quite extraordinary with the right azalea in them.
Love that burnt yellow on #4. The last 2 pots, the 1st one looks off white (probabaly due to lighting), the 2nd has a slight yellow tinge to it. Pots themselves are too perfect looking for me ;o)
Pots look great, like the shape of #2 best. What are you using for lights and their position? Could also be the white balance within the camera producing the off color, shutter speed can also effect this.
I use Day Light Color Fluorescent bulbs with the camera's white balance on sunny. Bulbs are not pointed at the subject as it tends to wash out the color, try to feather the light. Meaning use the edge of the light where it starts to fall off a bit as is not so intense (in between near edge and the fall off point). This will also produce less shadowing.
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