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    Default Thanks for posting!

    So, glad I saw this! Very exciting. I've seen several others that have various versions since. Thank you for sharing!

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    Thanks, and you're welcome. I've seen different versions too. I just wanted to show you guys the basic premise and let you run with it.

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    Creative, inventive, totaly awesome result. I absolutely love it! Thank you for showing all the steps with pictures, as I am a very visual person, it is much easier for me to understand the "how to" when there are pictures involved. Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by should View Post
    Creative, inventive, totaly awesome result. I absolutely love it! Thank you for showing all the steps with pictures, as I am a very visual person, it is much easier for me to understand the "how to" when there are pictures involved. Great job!
    Thanks! I'm a more visual person myself, so I completely appreciate where you're coming from. I just wanted to make it easy for everyone and, hopefully, inspire a few people. Thanks again for the compliments, I really appreciate it.

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    Hi this is really good picture. how do u capture those picture. If i want to capture those type of photo what type of lance i hv to buy. thank you for sharing with us.

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    These are the bulbs I have - Full Spectrum Light Lighting Bulb 85W Photography Photo CFL 6500K Daylight Balanced Pure White Light - Studio Bulbs - EQUIPMENT.
    Other than that, I used my speed light set at an angle so the glass would reflect the light away from me so. The settings I used on most were 125-160th at F18. Just try different things and find what works best for you. Hope you get some great results.

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    Okay so I tried this as well. Here is how mine came out! I had some problems with the lighting and it casting shadows, but I tried. It was a lot of fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicoledana View Post
    Okay so I tried this as well. Here is how mine came out! I had some problems with the lighting and it casting shadows, but I tried. It was a lot of fun!

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    I think it came out really good, Nicole! Nice work, and thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicoledana View Post
    Okay so I tried this as well. Here is how mine came out! I had some problems with the lighting and it casting shadows, but I tried. It was a lot of fun!

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    105mm Macro Lens 2.8
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    f/20
    ISO 100
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    wow awesome results and awesome tutorial.
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    ok, here's mine...using my G12 P&S and my bathroom lighting..

    not near as good as the OP but I am happy with it for a first attempt!

    Last edited by etexjess; 07-25-2012 at 12:49 PM.

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