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By paul howard photography  
I love using Perspex which brought this precision chemical filter set to life. This is not digitally enhanced, it really is what you see.

Tags: Specialist and abstract Flash and lighting

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paulbroad Plus
14 131 1294 United Kingdom
6 Dec 2013 5:27PM
No details, but I assume a scan as this is a 500C. Used one at work a bit. Not sure if you can get a digital back that fits? Superg quality as it should be. Just wonder if the highlights might be a bit bright in places which, if this is a scan, may well be a function of scanning.

Hi Paul,

Think in terms of two parts of the shot. The blue Perspex background is light by reflection of a light on white card from above. The metal filters by translucent Perspex on right with a flash shooting through it and black card on the left. Then a direct light shinning through translucent Perspex to front left. Complicated to right it down but it all works well.

All the best,


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