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Oct 10, 2013 14:31 |  #1

Not really a post processing thing. But does anyone have a small spray bottle in their camera bag? I heard a lot of people use one to wet flowers and leaves and things that they take pictures of? Good idea or cheating?


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Oct 10, 2013 14:40 |  #2

I use this. I don't have any pictures posted, but all you do is put water in and it sprays fine mist. Works well, but I don't take pictures of flowers a lot. Therefore, it stays in the bottle holder of my bag not getting much use.

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Oct 10, 2013 15:08 |  #3

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I use this. I don't have any pictures posted, but all you do is put water in and it sprays fine mist. Works well, but I don't take pictures of flowers a lot. Therefore, it stays in the bottle holder of my bag not getting much use.

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Mine probably would too. I have this need to have everything I might ever need in my camera bag though. lol


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Oct 10, 2013 22:15 |  #4

djphatjive wrote in post #16361032 (external link)
Not really a post processing thing. But does anyone have a small spray bottle in their camera bag? I heard a lot of people use one to wet flowers and leaves and things that they take pictures of? Good idea or cheating?

A spay bottle is just the beginning. Many nature photographers take scissors (trimming stray leaves/stems) and assorted clamps and reflectors. Many close up nature shots are done at home in table top studios constructed for the purpose.


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Oct 10, 2013 23:11 |  #5

I like to cheat in whatever way I can..

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Oct 11, 2013 08:45 |  #6

I heard a lot of people use one to wet flowers and leaves and things that they take pictures of? Good idea or cheating?

Is putting makeup on a model cheating? Do real photographers tell her to scrub it all off?
Is cloning out a telephone line cheating?
You have a strange idea of what cheating means. Are you making pictures or making records that will be admissable in court as the truth and nothing but the truth? Is your camera a creative tool or a recording machine?


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Oct 11, 2013 09:55 as a reply to  @ tzalman's post |  #7

Only in photojournalism is it not allowed. In any other presentation, all is fair.


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Oct 11, 2013 10:08 |  #8

I don't because it's not really the photography I do, but I see nothing wrong with it.

However - $12.95 for a spray bottle?? :shock:


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Oct 11, 2013 10:34 as a reply to  @ armis's post |  #9

When I bought them I received two in a pack. :D


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Oct 14, 2013 23:52 |  #10

Vladdo wrote in post #16362089 (external link)
I like to cheat in whatever way I can..

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Nice. Have to get me a bottle. :)


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Oct 15, 2013 09:06 as a reply to  @ djphatjive's post |  #11

I cheat too I have a spray bottle AND a trained spider.


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Oct 15, 2013 12:21 |  #12

Dollar Store spray bottle....4" tall


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Oct 15, 2013 17:15 |  #13

Dan Marchant wrote in post #16372668 (external link)
I cheat too I have a spray bottle AND a trained spider.

Have you trained the spider to jump, or to "fetch":)?


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Oct 18, 2013 19:47 as a reply to  @ tonylong's post |  #14

Empty hairspray bottle = free


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Oct 21, 2013 23:36 |  #15

Spray bottles are a wonderful tool.....aside from flowers, they also work wonderfully to add beads of sweat to posed sports models.....it creates a more "intense" photo that more closely resembles in game action.




  
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