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Old Mar 15, 2007, 7:00 AM   #1
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This is my 1st attempt to do "tabletop photography"(using my reading lamp & SB-22 flash(Nikon) as shown in the very 1st picture (of course can't forget to mention about A4 size paper).My future plane is based your c/c.Plz pass the comment.
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mc your mini studio is very impressive , Im very keen to try something like that . By the way impressive pics too.
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Thanks Robass for encouragment
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Interesting series. How did you get the white background ... it gives a nice effect?
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Old Mar 15, 2007, 2:25 PM   #9
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Hi WindRowe .White background is Plane paper(A4 size) kept over the printer you can see on 1st image.Thanks for viewing.This picture is for scale purpose
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Really interesting. Did you see HarjTT's recent post about a small light box ? You might be interested in having a look. Essentially with a simple cardboard box and paper you create a small lightbox and cntrol lighting from various sides. Very dooable for we amateurs.
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