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Old Feb 5, 2016, 8:04 AM   #1
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Red is the hardest color to capture and you have done a great job doing it here. Very nice Gary.
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Red is the hardest color to capture and you have done a great job doing it here. Very nice Gary.
Thanks very much. Appreciate you taking time to comment.
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How did you light this?
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Ambient light from the window.
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You nailed that one.
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Ambient light from the window!!!! I use that lighting system all the time. Also pocket flashlights and 60 watt bulbs. I dont get it when I see people spending thousands of dollars on lighting systems to get the same lighting effects.
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Ambient light from the window!!!! I use that lighting system all the time. Also pocket flashlights and 60 watt bulbs. I dont get it when I see people spending thousands of dollars on lighting systems to get the same lighting effects.
Personally, I don't either. My "heavy duty lighting" consists of some clamp-on lights from Walmart and some shower caps.
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Shower caps for diffusers??? Now whoda thought of that?
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