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    There isn't much room under the metal, so I stuck a wide angle in there for a little different look at the spheres.

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    The shot is good but I didn't get how this is captured. I mean how did you managed and how it looks actually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosh View Post
    The shot is good but I didn't get how this is captured. I mean how did you managed and how it looks actually.

    I use a piece of decorative metal that is 2' wide by 3' long. Placing a red gel on back of the metal and then covering that with a piece of white paper I shape the form of a tunnel in the long direction and lay that over the spheres that sit on black. Darken the room and hold a wescott ice light over the "tunnel" for the length of the exposure. This one was 13 seconds @ f/16 with the 16mm-35mm Nikkor f/4 lens. Focal length was 27mm wth a focal distance of about 10 inches. Shooting at iso 125.

    Didn't mean to show two images. Maybe Marko could remove the bottom one so as to tidy it up a bit.
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    Creative and a cool shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefoot View Post
    I use a piece of decorative metal that is 2' wide by 3' long. Placing a red gel on back of the metal and then covering that with a piece of white paper I shape the form of a tunnel in the long direction and lay that over the spheres that sit on black. Darken the room and hold a wescott ice light over the "tunnel" for the length of the exposure. This one was 13 seconds @ f/16 with the 16mm-35mm Nikkor f/4 lens. Focal length was 27mm wth a focal distance of about 10 inches. Shooting at iso 125.

    Didn't mean to show two images. Maybe Marko could remove the bottom one so as to tidy it up a bit.
    Ohh I got it now. Thanks a lot for the explanation. Great work!

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    Nevermind, didn't work.
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