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Old 01-20-2013, 04:10 PM
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Not going to lie, I haven't even attempted this week yet -_-

I'll come back to it!
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Old 01-20-2013, 04:22 PM
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These are fantastic! Did you do that in PhotoShop?
Thanks. The layering, yes.

The photo of Riley shadowed involved a dark bedsheet for a backdrop, a dark towel for him to lay on, and a desklamp on the floor. Tried the camera on a tripod, but since Riley refused to sit that long, the angle was too steep so I wound up balancing it on a box pretty close to his eye level. Used the remote, .3 sec/8.0 f-stop, waved treats and pretty much kept clicking the button. Took close to 30 shots to get 3 decent pics.
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Old 01-22-2013, 05:16 PM
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This week was very hard, simply because the flower I used was SO tiny. It's called a 'mini rose' and the flower is probably no bigger than 2in!


This was the photo I chose to re-create:


Photo by Mohan Duwal “Dew Drops”


My version:



Shutter Speed: 1/80. F/stop: 5. ISO: 800. 35mm Lens.


I also liked this, even though it's more of my spin on the photo then trying to re-create the picture as close to the original as possible:



Shutter Speed: 1/80. F/stop: 4. ISO: 800. 35mm Lens.
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Old 01-22-2013, 06:23 PM
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I actually came up with something for this, I attempted it, but I didn't love the results. I'm going to attempt it again sometime before the weekend and post a final...
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