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Dec 07, 2006 01:08 |  #1

Just wanted to say hi and post up a shot a did a while back.

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Dec 07, 2006 01:16 |  #2

Excellent refraction image :)
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Dec 07, 2006 06:53 |  #3

Great shot - I really like it!


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Dec 07, 2006 07:45 |  #4

Love it. and welcome to POTN. :-)


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Dec 07, 2006 08:12 |  #5

Awesome shot! Welcome to the forum. What a way to introduce yourself! Good job.



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Dec 07, 2006 08:58 |  #6

Very nice shot. Love that the whole word, from the box is shown. Might try to clone out the hot spot, in the lower right corner, if you are going to print it, but otherwise, it's nice. Thanks for sharing, and I second the others, welcome to POTN.

Care to explain, to someone that may want to try this, what settings/equipment you used?


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Dec 07, 2006 09:07 as a reply to  @ inthedeck's post |  #7

Love it. Amazingly well done.


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Dec 07, 2006 10:15 |  #8

Excellent.

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Dec 07, 2006 10:23 |  #9

very unique! I love it!


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Dec 07, 2006 12:00 |  #10

Nice! How far back is the lettering from the drop?


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Dec 07, 2006 12:29 |  #11

Very unique and cool shot!


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Dec 07, 2006 13:31 |  #12

thats great


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Dec 07, 2006 14:35 |  #13

Cool shot, got any more?;)


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Dec 07, 2006 20:59 |  #14

Thanks Guys :)

rw2 wrote in post #2366933 (external link)
Nice! How far back is the lettering from the drop?

Not too far 6-10 inches i forget. I kept messing with it till i got it.

Vini wrote in post #2367508 (external link)
Cool shot, got any more?;)

I did a few others but they didnt come out as well. This is probably my best one.


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Dec 07, 2006 23:26 |  #15

I have been trying drop shots all night, and am just sucking hind tit. Can you share your xif info so I can see what Im doing wrong?


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