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  • Mini monsters

    Thanks, Moira and Pamela, points well takenSmile

    The lighting I used was a small 2.90 3 led flash light that I turned on and off and waved back and forth.
    Getting the right exposure was hit and miss resulting with glare or under exposed pictures. It was a project that I used a rocking chair with a flannel coat. My main goal was experimenting with settings for the best exposure.
    My wife did post this photo on Facebook just to show what five lucky kids would be getting as a gift, and has quite a few offers if she could make moreSmile My subjects have been given away so she will have to make more just for meSmile "I think I'm on the end of a long line for monster hats"

    I have done a little low light photography, but the concept of adding light, using a flash light never occurred to me. I just bought a HL7 focusing LED headlamp for 27.53 it has a pure beam adjusts flood to bulls-eye spot and a dimming switch. I'm hoping this light will give better controlSmile
    • 30 Oct 2013 2:20AM
  • Sunset

    Thank's, I would agree also
    • 17 Apr 2012 5:20PM
  • Cycle Shadow

    Thanks, after looking at the several thumbnails photos I liked how they looked and made a photo collage.

    I visited your site and you have very detailed photos
    • 31 May 2011 7:09PM
  • Vertical

    While peering through the window of the restaurant , I thought the lines of the blind created an interesting view of the building.
    I noticed the reflections of the lights while viewing the photo later
    • 10 Mar 2011 4:11AM
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