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Old Jan 8, 2005, 5:00 PM   #1
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Well, I liked ferny's CD idea so much (thanks for the inspiration ) I just had to try something like it myself, just different of cause.:-)but I guess the original is still the best.:sad:





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Old Jan 8, 2005, 6:07 PM   #2
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very nice, second ones my favorite, but there both great shots
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Old Jan 10, 2005, 4:38 PM   #3
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I can't see the second one. The colours are the first are very nice! Good and sharp to. What was your set up?
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I can't see the second one. The colours are the first are very nice! Good and sharp to. What was your set up?

Thanks, now the second one should be up, no idea what went wrong.

the setup was simple, kitchen countertop, a top halogen light, a silver CD and a big water drop, some cropping and curves. I did not do anything to the color balance at all.:-)

The second one was outdoor, a blue sled of my son in the background, just curves.
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Rainbow drops. Waayyyyy Cool. Nice Work. 1st for me is the bees knees.



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Old Jan 11, 2005, 3:25 AM   #6
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That second one is very nice to!
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Old Jan 11, 2005, 10:11 AM   #7
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I like the first one the best. Did you use a polarizing filter? I am saving some old DVD's for use in a photo project. I plan to use a polarizer and do some experimenting with a light coating of WD-40 on one of the disks.

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I like the first one the best. Did you use a polarizing filter? I am saving some old DVD's for use in a photo project. I plan to use a polarizer and do some experimenting with a light coating of WD-40 on one of the disks.

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Hi, thanks for your comments.

No, I did not use a polarizer or anything alse, the colors are just the way I saw them.



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