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Old 24th of January 2009 (Sat)   #1
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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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I like it, I think the shadow provides some definition to break it from the background
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I like it, I think the shadow provides some definition to break it from the background
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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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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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