Thanks guys great comments!
Alex the Cloth and Glass were exceptionally clean I spent ages cleaning both meticulously, unfortunately the cloth I used is called Satin (in the UK not sure if that's a name used elsewhere in the world) this type of material shines but what I did not realise until it was under daylight lamp lighting is that there are white fleck particles in it which makes it look dirty (so I need some different material
). I removed the glass from the last shot altogether as it was just highlighting the flecks too much.
The lighting is from true daylight bulbs (or in this case daylight bulb) so altering WB would not really help here I believe as the orange effect was actually something I was trying to achieve as Graham says its the Sony Ericsson Trademark colour
I moved the whole studio in to place to achieve the look, but I can totally see what you mean by it looking too warm, and I will be using the comments on here to improve the next shot
Actually just wondered if it was worth adding these shots were done after 12AM and the room was otherwise pitch black so there was no additional lighting to the scene that's how low the lighting conditions were heh.
PhotoJ thanks again really helpful comments I am still learning how the f/stops alter the image and in which situations to use Av instead of Tv and what settings will get the desired effect in each mode - I know faster shutter usually increases the aperture size and thus reduces DoF but as yet I am not able to get close to guessing what aperture / shutter speed will give good results for any given subject (one of the reasons I am using widely different settings on shots so I can monitor the results).
So next steps I think are to funnel the light on to the main subject and make it higher to bring in a shadow on the left, increase DoF a little to make the front phone more focused, maybe get hold of some some lighter orange cardboard to bounce the flash off to reduce the warmth a bit and find that other Mobile so the Dect isn't necessary
Thanks all, seriously it is much appreciated that you took the time to help.