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bfgstew 11 668 105 England
24 Jan 2011 9:40PM
Wonderful, colourful image, I really like these oil/water shots, no two are the same.

If can though, there are a few bits on this that do let it down a tad. First there are streaks and scratches visible, care needs to be taken on setting up to ensure these are not present on the item used to hold the water in. Secondly, it looks as though the lighting set up is slighty off too one side as the right side does darken drastically compared to the left, maybe a slight crop can cure this post processing, but again, attention to detail in the set up is the best option.
Hope you don't mind, and, hope it helps in some small way?

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Shucky 6 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2011 9:49PM
Great try! I had the same problem with the scratches and the 'lines' on the glass! Most of mine turned out with 'Pyrex' on the bottom, least you've not got that!
Love the colours!
nik50 7 England
24 Jan 2011 9:56PM
Thanks Stewart for your comments and advice which has been taken onboard.
Regards Kev.
nik50 7 England
24 Jan 2011 9:59PM
Thanks Shucky.Your lucky I can't afford 'Pyrex'
Regards Kev
jeanmarie 8 12 England
25 Jan 2011 12:46AM
great effects, love the colours and so clearSmile
LexEquine 11 19 United States
25 Jan 2011 8:11PM
Superb macro & abstract capture>...LEx

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