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  1. #601
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    Taken with my sony Dsc-H2






  2. #602
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    Smile Emptying or filling

    I created this image for Nikon's annual photo contest and mainly for fun and leaning. Boy did I learn a lot, especially about lighting and using photoshop.
    The image made up of 4 photos, the background, the upwards glass, the downwards glass and the wine pouring out of glass.
    Generally I'm happy with the result, some things could have been better, but that's always the case.

    All comments/feedback welcome.
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  3. #603
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    the lights in my kitchen, as well as a negative of my christmas tree







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    Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
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    (formerly Pentax 50 1.4/50-200/55-300/K100D, Sigma 18-50 2.8/70-300 APO, Tamron 28-75, Viv 800, Tele-Tokina 800, Canon S3 IS, Samsung L210)
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    Dory at Newport Beach, 600mm Sigma mirror, Canon SLR, 400 ASA film
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    Angelos Drive-in Waitress
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    Very unique shot! Good eye for the abstract quality
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    Nice shots

    I haven't looked here for a while so enjoyed catching up. Bestdog that's a nice mixed up photograph, how did you get the wine in that downward glass to pour like that?
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

  9. #609
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    Hi Phill,
    in creating the downward shot, I made a 45 degree frame, drilled a hole in it. Took the wine glass, glued a thread to bottom. Placed glass on frame (from underneath) with thread through the hole and then held secure with a wingnut.

    I had ground a hole in the wine glass near the base and passed a plastic tube through the hole then poured the liquid through the tube and hence out of the glass. It was important to my vision of the image that the liquid poured both in and out of the glasses naturally.

    I'll post some of the "working" photos to show how it was done.

    cheers
    Nikon D70s,
    Tamron 18 - 200 mm zoom,
    Nikon sb-800 speedlight

  10. #610
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    How it was done

    As promised here's a 'working photo' of how I manufactured the downwards glass and wine pouring out.
    Lighting was handled by the sb-800 using wireless connection. The flash was positioned on the bench (bottom left, just out of picture) with flash head pointed at the wine glass
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