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    wdw17-20 by Chris Campbell, on Flickr
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    wdw17-37 by Chris Campbell, on Flickr
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    fun additions AT - really dig the shadows and sun in shot 2
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    This was suppose to be my entry into the “Top Light” a month or so back, but I was working twelve a day on the road and living in a motel room. Pretty hard to get motivated in a $2 room after a long day in the salt mines.

    I took a piece of expanded metal 2' wide X 3' long and covered it with a red gel and a white back. I fashioned a tunnel of sorts in the long direction to cover the three stainless spheres. Made everything in the room as black as I could and shot it top light at f/16 for 10 sec, iso 125, and a focal length of 300mm.

    I'm gonna tuck it away in here just because it cost me a few bucks to make it.






    Opps! Seems as though photobucket has a policy change.
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    not seeing the image....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    not seeing the image....
    Yes, Photobucket started about a month ago trying to charge people $10 a month to share images on the internet. I'm in the same boat, need to find a new on line imaging host. I don't want to use my Flickr. There is something called Imgur, I'm going to look into them. I used Photobucket to save phone images and funny images/gifs off the Internet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theantiquetiger View Post
    Yes, Photobucket started about a month ago trying to charge people $10 a month to share images on the internet. I'm in the same boat, need to find a new on line imaging host. I don't want to use my Flickr. There is something called Imgur, I'm going to look into them. I used Photobucket to save phone images and funny images/gifs off the Internet.
    OK, then. You and me both.
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    REALLY dig this image!!! thx for reposting it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    REALLY dig this image!!! thx for reposting it.
    Thanks, Marko. I think I need a rim light, though. Don't you?
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    need? no.
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