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LOL, I probably should delete the first two...everyone seems to like the last one best. It is also my favorite, and the result of positioning the gelled fash at different angles to the subject. It really is my favorite as well...I might just make a print of it and hang it up somewherre. Thansk for all the kind responses.
 
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No don't delete any. They show what can be done.
I prefer the first and last.
However the second one is very nice and may fit somebodys color scheme:>)))
 
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No don't delete any. They show what can be done.
I prefer the first and last.
However the second one is very nice and may fit somebodys color scheme:>)))
I think what I need to do is to get some light pointed downward, into the glass marbles. One the sample below, I had the bare sb600s firing into the glass at 90 degree angles..but I didnt really like the harshness of the lighting...so I siwtched to using umbrellas. The umbrellas dont light the rocks up enough though...

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