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Old Dec 12, 2005, 4:04 PM   #11
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this works wonderfully! great color and light, nice detail and composition...the "ghosting" didn't bother me but the edit looks great too. nice job
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Luis,
The simplist solution to eliminate the double image is to use a piece of "2-way" mirror. The silver coating is on one side, and that's the side you would put next to the subject. A local glass shop might have a piece of scrap they would sell cheap.
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Love the colors and composition , Nicely done
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Old Dec 12, 2005, 9:59 PM   #14
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Louis the shot is great, the gosting did not bother me. But how on earth did you take this photo. The complete black background how do you achieve that, if you don't mind telling.

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Old Dec 12, 2005, 10:07 PM   #15
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best i've seen from you so far, luis!


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Old Dec 13, 2005, 3:37 AM   #16
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The simplist solution to eliminate the double image is to use a piece of "2-way" mirror. The silver coating is on one side, and that's the side you would put next to the subject. A local glass shop might have a piece of scrap they would sell cheap.
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I will buy one.

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Old Dec 13, 2005, 3:58 AM   #17
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Louis the shot is great, the gosting did not bother me. But how on earth did you take this photo. The complete black background how do you achieve that, if you don't mind telling.

Kind regards.

A lamp with power control over the oranges, a small one moving around them. A black paper under and behind them. And.... A lot of shots!. ( The lights of Christmas tree off)

50mm, f19, iso 100, 4 sg, a tripod of course. Then, I usedPSto work with curves to get what I wanted.

Just try, for my the most difficultthing was to find the oranges with leaves.



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Old Dec 13, 2005, 8:07 AM   #18
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Louis the shot is great, the gosting did not bother me. But how on earth did you take this photo. The complete black background how do you achieve that, if you don't mind telling.

Kind regards.

A light with power control over the oranges, a small one moving around of them. A black paper under and behind them. And.... A lot of shot!.

50mm, f19, iso 100, 4 sg, a tripod of course. Then, I usedPSto work with curves to get what I wanted.

Just try, for my the most difficultthing was to find the oranges with leaves.



Regards

Luis.

Very well thought out and planed... Fantastic results. Great.

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