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Jan 24, 2009 19:09 |  #1

ok i took this the other day, i was bored so i got out the cream and got my mum to dip a straberry in it the infront of a white paper let the cream drip from it..i wanted to catch the cream falling...i did......eventually...​.i know there is harse shadowing and the fork is over exposed in areas but it was a experiment and im proud of what i got..thanks for looking from casey.


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Jan 24, 2009 20:21 |  #2

I like it, I think the shadow provides some definition to break it from the background


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Jan 24, 2009 20:26 |  #3

Jpatten wrote in post #7180205 (external link)
I like it, I think the shadow provides some definition to break it from the background

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Jan 24, 2009 20:39 as a reply to  @ readysetgocapture's post |  #4

I like the shadow, but I think it should be a little less harsh. The fork is also to bright from the flash (as you said). If you added a diffuser (even homemade) to the flash, it would come out great, IMO. Besides that, this is a great idea!


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Jan 24, 2009 20:49 |  #5

Brypan wrote in post #7180290 (external link)
I like the shadow, but I think it should be a little less harsh. The fork is also to bright from the flash (as you said). If you added a diffuser (even homemade) to the flash, it would come out great, IMO. Besides that, this is a great idea!

thanks, ok cool i will try that, thanks for the help:)




  
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