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These were taken using a makeshift light box and a couple cheap utility lights.
The box is a translucent white plastic storage container that you can by at any department store. dimensions are 16"x22" x 12"deep.
I set up one light at the side with a piece of Aluminum foil on the opposite side as a reflector, and then another light on top shining downward. The flash is the 580EX II with a home made Diffuser.

All are shot at ISO 400 and lens at 135mm. Distance from lens to subject was approximately 1 foot.
Usually for something like this I will set and use CWB, but this time I just used the AWB
First was shot at f/9 using spot metering mode. Second was shot at f/16 using evaluative metering, and the third was shot at f/22 using evaluative metering.

IMAGE: http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i39/Tim_Kerr/Misc%20Blog%20Images/Legocar-f9SM.jpg

IMAGE: http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i39/Tim_Kerr/Misc%20Blog%20Images/Legocar-f16Eval.jpg

IMAGE: http://i68.photobucket.com/albums/i39/Tim_Kerr/Misc%20Blog%20Images/Legocar-f22Eval.jpg

Post #1, Sep 20, 2010 10:38:51


Tim Kerr
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