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Old Aug 13, 2013, 6:03 AM   #1
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Taken at the Chihuly Graden and Glass Museum in Seattle. I was lucky enough to not have too many people around the exhibit. I used the Rokinon Fisheye and the OM-D.

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Old Aug 13, 2013, 7:18 AM   #2
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That's gorgeous, thanks for posting!
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That is an excellent shot. Beautiful colors and perfect black surrounding the colors to make them stand-out.
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Interesting and well done.
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beautiful!
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Thanks All ! I think this one will end up framed ...
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Did you do much processing to get the background so dark and even? It's one thing (out of many) I'm trying to work on . . .
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Did you do much processing to get the background so dark and even? It's one thing (out of many) I'm trying to work on . . .
In fact, I did about ... nothing. The quality of light at this museum is just ... perfect. They know exactly how to "illuminate" the glass sculptures!

I just removed a couple of light artifacts and did nothing else!
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In fact, I did about ... nothing. The quality of light at this museum is just ... perfect. They know exactly how to "illuminate" the glass sculptures!

I just removed a couple of light artifacts and did nothing else!

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