Critique Put me back in!

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My wife's preparation for her colonoscopy tomorrow requires adhering today to a highly restrictive diet. So, I made Jello for her, one of the few things she is allowed to eat.

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The tabletop is translucent vellum and the background is white translucent acrylic that fills the frame, no more and no less. A medium continuous-light lamp behind the background was shining toward the subjects and camera. That lighting setup outlines the transparent glass dish and the translucent Jello in dark tones.

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Very well thought out. Mike, you seem to have very good control and understanding of your light, one area I still struggle with myself. The mastery of the technical lets your imagination fly, like it so often does here.
On a different note, I wish your wife a clean, normal, colonoscopy. As a colon cancer survivor, at least so far, these screening tests really can save your life. They found a large, tennis can size, cancer in my right colon during my first colonoscopy. I was 50. 16years later still kicking. I wish her luck.
Gary
 
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Well done, Mike! Jello would do well to use this image in their marketing program.

Best wishes to your wife for a clean as a whistle report.
 
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Thank you also to Binnur, Gary and Don!

As a colon cancer survivor
Best wishes to your wife for a clean as a whistle report.

Good to know they caught it in time, Gary! My wife and I have colonoscopies done every five years because tiny polyps were discovered the first time for each of us. That's neither unusual nor alarming. If there had never been any polyps, I think we would be on a schedule of every seven to ten years but I might be wrong about that.
 
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