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Dec 17, 2019 23:12 |  #1531

A Parker Imai survival knife inspired from the Rambo film.


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Dec 22, 2019 07:22 |  #1532

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #18976549 (external link)
Nice set up and lighting. Is the background a shopped in thing, or do you have a backlit table of some sort? Love the results.

Also, that is one fine looking blade!
I kept looking at the profile of the bevels on the blade and thinking "that is so familiar but I don't have anything like that,. why so familiar?"

...then I realized it's VERY similar to my old carry pocket knife,. a 4" folder,. which of course happens to be, a Gerber! this is the same profile blade on Steroids!

I like this one much better than the sawback models!

Thank you Sir. I am a moderator on another forum, and do product shots quite often. I have a light table with speedlights, and softboxes. In post, I delete the white, and layer in a blue background to make the products "pop". The original before post processing.


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Dec 22, 2019 18:35 |  #1533

Buck 110 engraved Statesman ..... one of 750.

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Dec 22, 2019 19:52 |  #1534

Maserin Turtle


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Dec 22, 2019 21:33 |  #1535

Two of Bill Cheatham's knives. Met Bill about '89 and that began my interest in custom knives. Bill passed this past Dec 11'th. He'll be missed.

The top one is our wedding cake cutting knife. The smaller is a utility I've carried off-on over the years.


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Dec 23, 2019 19:54 |  #1536

A drive dig. Been thinking of the makers that have preceded us in the custom knife world. Time passes quickly and to think it has been 30 years, had me thinking how much fun those times were at shows and knife talk. One of Stan Fujisaka's pieces from '04. Interesting to see the style back in those days and that includes the way I photographed knives. (If I posted this already forgive me, a non-digital camera does not allow me to add to the gallery.)

This was shot with the Bronica 645, 45-90 with Fuji RTPII slide film and a 750W hot light.


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Dec 23, 2019 22:08 |  #1537

ra40 wrote in post #18979738 (external link)
A drive dig. Been thinking of the makers that have preceded us in the custom knife world. Time passes quickly and to think it has been 30 years, had me thinking how much fun those times were at shows and knife talk. One of Stan Fujisaka's pieces from '04. Interesting to see the style back in those days and that includes the way I photographed knives. (If I posted this already forgive me, a non-digital camera does not allowed me to add to the gallery.)

This was shot with the Bronica 645, 45-90 with Fuji RTPII slide film and a 750W hot light.
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What a Jewel! :-)


The Captain and crew finally got their stuff together, now if we can only remember where we left it. :cool:

  
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Dec 27, 2019 11:38 |  #1538

Couple new Kershaws

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Dec 29, 2019 15:32 |  #1539

QSP Locust


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Dec 30, 2019 00:08 |  #1540

A couple of quick shots of a few of my EDC items tonight...


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Dec 30, 2019 10:46 |  #1541

LoneRider wrote in post #18982909 (external link)
A couple of quick shots of a few of my EDC items tonight...


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Love the ZT 770!


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Dec 30, 2019 17:32 |  #1542

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Love the ZT 770!

It is one of my favorites after recently starting to improve my quality of knives. Always had cheap Kershaws or Gerbers in the $35-$40 range. Earlier this year I started buying nicer and higher quality ones, the ZT has been my daily carry for the past 7 months or so.

Love the action and the light weight. Always had a thing for CF, so that is a plus as well.


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Dec 31, 2019 21:39 |  #1543

Michael Vagnino and Koji Hara knives


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Jan 06, 2020 14:03 |  #1544

My Todd Begg Field Marshall in Damasteel Damascus...


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Jan 06, 2020 14:50 |  #1545

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