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Old Feb 18, 2017, 3:13 PM   #1
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Very nice "product shot" Gary. Water drops add to the freshness impression.
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Very nice "product shot" Gary. Water drops add to the freshness impression.
Thanks very much, Walter. I'm doing a set of images similar to this for our kitchen. Been commissioned by the missus.
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Very nice picture, Gary!

I wish my camera (Nikon D7000) would reproduce red like that.

Yesterday I spent hours in the kitchen making a double-batch of red pepper soup. Yum! Just seeing your picture is making me hungry!

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Very nice picture, Gary!

I wish my camera (Nikon D7000) would reproduce red like that.

Yesterday I spent hours in the kitchen making a double-batch of red pepper soup. Yum! Just seeing your picture is making me hungry!

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Thanks, Mike. Oddly enough, it's not my newer K-70 that got this shot, it's my older workhorse, the K20D that I picked up on eBay for a song about a month ago for use as my "studio camera". Combined with my Sigma 17-70mm, it produces some REALLY good stuff. This shot is SOOC except for a bit of cropping and cloning out of some fuzz in the black velvet. $100 well-spent
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