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    hehehe... so graphical.. I like

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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    hehehe... so graphical.. I like
    Thanks ron!

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    Nice, I like it!
    But remember to clean away the dust first b4 you shoot.
    See the white specks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    Nice, I like it!
    But remember to clean away the dust first b4 you shoot.
    See the white specks?
    Haha thanks ortega!! Wow very observant!! Din notice them there till u point out..hehe. Actually i'm not sure if those are dust, could be just some anomaly resulting from sharpening. I've seen a couple of those in my photos with mainly black bkground after applying USM.

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    nice

    you inverted the picture in PS? can try for different effects (or with the bulb lighted, heehee)

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantasia
    Haha thanks ortega!! Wow very observant!! Din notice them there till u point out..hehe. Actually i'm not sure if those are dust, could be just some anomaly resulting from sharpening. I've seen a couple of those in my photos with mainly black bkground after applying USM.
    It is a occupational hazard.

    it is dust or dirt, USM will normally enhance it and make it clearer.
    A black particle on a light bg is not so easy to see, but a white particle on a dark bg stands out. So inverting the image also makes it more visible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eikin
    nice

    you inverted the picture in PS? can try for different effects (or with the bulb lighted, heehee)
    hehe thanks eikin! Yup it was inverted in PS. Hehe yeah a lighted bulb is possible too...hee but think for now don't want to mess around with wires just yet. And i guess shooting a lighted bulb this size is kinda blinding...


    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    It is a occupational hazard.

    it is dust or dirt, USM will normally enhance it and make it clearer.
    A black particle on a light bg is not so easy to see, but a white particle on a dark bg stands out. So inverting the image also makes it more visible.
    Hehe yeah, guess ur probably right bout the dust. Will be more attentive next time. Thanks for pointing it out!

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