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anabasis Silver Member Nikonian since 26th Sep 2003Tue 04-Sep-12 09:29 PM
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"The Tea is ready."


Edwardsville, US
          

Experimenting with glass

Nikon D700
105mm f4 Bellows Nikkor on PB-6 bellows
3 SB-200 strobes.



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rb4good Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 22nd May 2006Wed 05-Sep-12 12:10 AM
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Rocky Hill, US
          

Nice job on the teapot,Jeremy. If you are looking for critique,my nits would be,#1 the grey background(might be able to correct that in NX2 with a few selection control points),#2 the reflections in the knob on the lid(very distracting) and #3 maybe a little more room on the top. But all in all,nicely done. I played around with glass during last winters months and had a lot of fun experimenting. Black glass or shiney black surfaces were the biggest challenges that I ran into. Just have fun with it and try out different settings and light placement.

Rick

  

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anabasis Silver Member Nikonian since 26th Sep 2003Wed 05-Sep-12 01:09 AM
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Edwardsville, US
          

I agree Rick. Those 3 issues should be fairly easy to resolve. I need to balance the background lighting and get an actual backdrop given the "fisheye" effect of the lid-glass orb. The crop is an easy fix of course.

I will work at it.

JCA

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blw Moderator Awarded for his high level of expertise in various areas Nikonian since 18th Jun 2004Wed 05-Sep-12 02:37 AM
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Richmond, US
          

Cool!

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