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  1. #101
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    Drama - Very nice shot. I like the B&W more too but both are really nice. Here's another macro experiment.
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    That is fantastic!
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  3. #103
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    [QUOTE=drama;246247]NickCanada & Speed2


    Damnit here we go again, first the Trained Dragonfly then the sitting Duck and now he's got a Sparrow?...the darn things even looking at him while he takes the picture (posing Sparrow). Whats that running down the right side of what ever the birds sitting on?...maybe a rope? Nice pic even if u do have it on a leash...lol
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  4. #104
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    That's great, nqjudo! I'd love to try that. Could you explain how you did it? Please?
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  5. #105
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    Ngjudo thanks
    this concept of not taking shots with a dark subject on a dark background, bugs me

    water drops on a CD?
    very inventive
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamW View Post
    That's great, nqjudo! I'd love to try that. Could you explain how you did it? Please?
    I second that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamW View Post
    That's great, nqjudo! I'd love to try that. Could you explain how you did it? Please?
    It's pretty easy and nothing original on my part. I got this idea from a friend. It's just a blank DVD with water drops placed on it using an eyedropper. You can get some nice shots just like that but what makes the colours so interesting in this case is the use of the flash. I use the Canon MR-14EX and by dismounting the flash from the front of the lens, you can place the ring at different heights and angles over the drops to refract the light differently, thus producing different colours and patterns. I took dozens of shots, each one very different. Have fun!

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    Nothing too interesting here. It's rainy today so I was stuck inside. These are 50 - 90 second exposures, light-painted with a key-chain flashlight.
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    Thats one moody shoe

    One for Speedy2 & Gintaras
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  10. #110
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    Quote Originally Posted by drama View Post
    Thats one moody shoe

    One for Speedy2 & Gintaras


    You have to be kidding me! You have an entomological insect museum near u or what?
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