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Jan 18, 2010 12:31 |  #1

Just experimenting with a single light and a reflector for a high key effect....

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Jan 18, 2010 12:34 |  #2

Wonderful shot. That is one of the hardest things to shoot in photography; white on white. I would love to see the image straight from the camera, just for comparison.


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Jan 18, 2010 13:02 |  #3

i wonder if throwing two black cards on the sides will give the outline more definition?


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Jan 18, 2010 13:28 |  #4

spot9 wrote in post #9418805 (external link)
i wonder if throwing two black cards on the sides will give the outline more definition?

Black cards were used to give some definition, but this is high key so this was reduced so that there are no dark blacks. Thanks for your observations.


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Jan 19, 2010 06:23 |  #5

Exquisitely soft shadows!


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Jan 19, 2010 19:34 |  #6

A little hot on the left side of the bowl for my taste, but a pleasing attempt




  
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