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    Some shots from my 1st attempt at light painting - part of the still life class I'm attending. Comments appreciated

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    I know very little about the technique, but i like the effects it had on your pictures, especially #1.

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    Thank you! It's no rocket science actually. Just use a torchlight in a dark room and try! . Makes it easier if you have a DSLR

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    Nice try! I think #3 works best.
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    Excellent. looks almost like a oil painting =)

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    agree with Splutter, #3 is the best. beautiful textures, but i find #2 slightly flat because of the even-ness of the lighting.

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    Wow, nice!!
    I think I should get a MKII too
    Great Work!

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    thanks splutter and rev. Agree with Eikin on #2.

    evq - more important is a good torch light hahaha

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    nice work

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    Quote Originally Posted by knoxknocks
    thanks splutter and rev. Agree with Eikin on #2.

    evq - more important is a good torch light hahaha
    I have many good torchlights liao.

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    I like #1. Nice contrast...

    #2 is rather flat... not much contrast. Maybe it will be gd to have one of them to be highlighted.

    #3 the wording makes the pic interesting. Maybe it will be even nicer if the bottom of the bigger garlic is shot instead of the top part.

    Just my 2 cent worth of comment.

    I'm learning too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayz
    I like #1. Nice contrast...

    #2 is rather flat... not much contrast. Maybe it will be gd to have one of them to be highlighted.

    #3 the wording makes the pic interesting. Maybe it will be even nicer if the bottom of the bigger garlic is shot instead of the top part.

    Just my 2 cent worth of comment.

    I'm learning too...
    Noted...thanks!

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