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Old Jun 11, 2010, 11:20 AM   #1
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I shot these with the 50mm OM-mount. I had a diffused flash from the upper-left and another flash coming from the right. What I added was an orange gel to the one on the right and bounced it off of a homemade silver reflector (made from a windshield sun reflector).

No reflector, no gel.


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I love the flower in the last image, but the cloning is really noticeable - and not in a good way. But the flower does look great with that lighting.
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Gary, I to like the last pic, I did notice some kind of weird circle cloning marks in some of the images to. overall good concept of building your lighting up. great to see you using gels on your lighting also.

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I love the flower in the last image, but the cloning is really noticeable - and not in a good way. But the flower does look great with that lighting.
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Gary, I to like the last pic, I did notice some kind of weird circle cloning marks in some of the images to. overall good concept of building your lighting up. great to see you using gels on your lighting also.

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Thanks very much. I started messing with the first one and then figured to just hang that up except for the last one. That's why you don't see any in the 2 "test shots".
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Nice work, Gary-

I like #1 the best.

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