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Feb 26, 2011 13:57 |  #511

seattle1 wrote in post #11918730 (external link)
Thanks again everyone.

just an awesome shot. Way cool and really creative. The color pop is just right.

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Feb 26, 2011 14:03 |  #512

seattle1 wrote in post #11918333 (external link)
Another shot with the same setup.

Bubblegum.
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Awesome! Add me to the list of plagiarists!


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Feb 26, 2011 17:10 as a reply to  @ .mark.'s post |  #513

A very nice idea

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...will make me a plagiarist too :D
There's so much you could apply with this setup as a base :cool:

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Feb 26, 2011 17:23 |  #514

Woah!! NICE!!! Thanks for sharing :)


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Feb 26, 2011 17:43 |  #515

Candersson wrote in post #11919799 (external link)
A very nice idea
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...will make me a plagiarist too :D
There's so much you could apply with this setup as a base :cool:

Thanks.

mannix143 wrote in post #11919864 (external link)
Woah!! NICE!!! Thanks for sharing :)

No problem. Use Rain-X to make the water bead up nicely.




  
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Feb 26, 2011 18:40 |  #516

Wow! Lovely setups everyone! I'm going to probably be setting up a small shoot myself soon, so I'll post pictures when I get to it!


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Feb 27, 2011 11:27 |  #517

seattle1 wrote in post #11918209 (external link)
Setup shot. Taken with a Canon Rebel XTi with 100mm Macro lens. Lighting was a Alienbees B800 triggered with Cybersyncs.

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Very nice, and thanks so much for sharing


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Feb 27, 2011 13:55 |  #518

seattle1 wrote in post #11918333 (external link)
Another shot with the same setup.

Bubblegum.
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Bubblegum (external link) by Northwest dad (external link), on Flickr

x2 on what Drew said....both the wife & I love it! I don't have a macro though :( but I may have to give it a shot & crop ;)


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Feb 27, 2011 14:00 |  #519

I always used to think that to achieve those fancy looking colours on these water drops shots you had to do a lot of complicated stuff. This thread has shown that its actually quite simple!


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Feb 27, 2011 14:01 |  #520

GJim wrote in post #11917954 (external link)
I'll join in.

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I cant see the spider on the setup shot. What is that white thing that looks like an alarm controller? is it one of those gadgets that change into a spider when you press a button? :lol:


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Feb 27, 2011 14:53 |  #521

ziggy25 wrote in post #11924111 (external link)
I always used to think that to achieve those fancy looking colours on these water drops shots you had to do a lot of complicated stuff. This thread has shown that its actually quite simple!

But taking a spider pic seems rather complicated! lol




  
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Feb 27, 2011 15:05 |  #522

ziggy25 wrote in post #11924119 (external link)
. What is that white thing that looks like an alarm controller? is it one of those gadgets that change into a spider when you press a button? :lol:

Haha.

The white object is a remote temperature gauge for use with a wireless thermometer/weather station.


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Feb 27, 2011 16:24 |  #523

Seattle1: Great posts. You have contributed greatly to our setup education.


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Feb 27, 2011 18:14 |  #524

ziggy25 wrote in post #11924119 (external link)
I cant see the spider on the setup shot. What is that white thing that looks like an alarm controller? is it one of those gadgets that change into a spider when you press a button? :lol:

As Drew mentioned, the white thing is outdoor portion of indoor/outdoor thermometer.

You can't see the spider because he (and it is a 'he') is around the corner of the post up underneath the soffet. The reason that I had to use this complicated setup was that he was in a position such that there was no way I could hand-hold the camera where it needed to be to get the image.


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Feb 27, 2011 21:11 |  #525

fiVe wrote in post #11924859 (external link)
Seattle1: Great posts. You have contributed greatly to our setup education.

Thank you! I really enjoy this thread.




  
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