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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by JPS, Jul 25, 2008.
.....or did it miss it ?
Nikon D200 + Tamron SP90 - 1:180 @ f/22 - ISO 100
simple, elegant, very nice, J-P
thanks for sharing it with us
Thanks Greg !
The lighting was quite simple: one 100W. Elinchrom in a 25"x25" softbox at 4 feet and 45 degrees (above and left of the camera), a 25"x50" white reflector at 2 feet on the right of the subject, and an SB-800 on a chair, looking up, just underneath the glass, which was sitting on a sheet of transparent acrylic !
BTW, here's a pic of the lighting set-up !
Cool I like it...
thank you for sharing, sharp picture
Very nice... what would have happened without the SB under the chair?
Great shot! Thanks for sharing.
I think you nailed it.
You've got dirt on your glass:biggrin:
Wow that is sharp, really nice and I agree with Mike.
Thanks Eric, Walt, Arcinio, Steven, Mike and Tom !
Arcinio: i guess that, without the light coming from underneath, the glass and the water wouldn't be as bright !
Tom: i know there's some stains on the glass ! I tried to clean them, but i guess they're inside the matierial ! ...next time i'll use a real crystal glass... but as i shot it at my workshop, i don't have these facilities over there !
BTW, after re-viewing the image, i'm under the impression that the glass -not beiing the principal subject- is too sharp... IMO it flattens the image instead of giving a feeling of wide DOF !