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Feb 16, 2006 20:31 |  #1

Metal is one of the most difficult items to shoot, Comments please.

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Feb 16, 2006 21:49 |  #2

Very Cool


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Feb 16, 2006 21:56 |  #3

Thats nice and moody - I can just see the restaurant thats done in. There you go, its evocative.


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Feb 16, 2006 23:53 |  #4

Very elegant and stylish.


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Feb 16, 2006 23:57 |  #5

They seem very...graceful. The fork seems shinier than the spoon and knife. Very nice, tho




  
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Feb 17, 2006 01:03 |  #6

Really nice. This pic is pin- sharp as well


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Feb 17, 2006 11:52 |  #7

way cool


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Feb 17, 2006 19:21 |  #8

Wow, I think this looks very good. I'm no pro so I may be out to lunch on this ;) The knife needs more light coming off the blade, it looks unbalanced.


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Feb 18, 2006 11:25 |  #9

I think you should post a shot of your lighting set up as well. Nice work.


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Feb 18, 2006 19:08 |  #10

fantastic :) i really like that, as ChP said i'd love to see your setup as i'd have no idea how to get lighting like that :)


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Feb 19, 2006 08:01 as a reply to  @ Col_M's post |  #11

It looks like 3d image not like photo.(take this as compliment)


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