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    ive seen a very similar post before. no offence but it would be nicer if u had fewer lights behind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stupidbloke View Post
    ive seen a very similar post before. no offence but it would be nicer if u had fewer lights behind.

    No worries. Can't control the lights. They're from my parents' decor, as you can see. Thanks for the input.

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    I know you are emulating/testing some advertisement shoots! Nice try.

    Like the creative way you use the florescent light as foreground lighting instead of a slave flash Makes it better than other pics.

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    perfect kind of bokeh i like!
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    nice! i like the way the bokeh trails into the cup!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rendell View Post
    I know you are emulating/testing some advertisement shoots! Nice try.

    Like the creative way you use the florescent light as foreground lighting instead of a slave flash Makes it better than other pics.

    Lolz. Thanks, thanks.

    The thing is... If I only own a slave flash, then I wouldn't resort to a poor man's set-up. But I'm glad you recognized the effort. Many thanks.

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    Thanks homies!

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    Wow, nice and creative leh, I find...

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    VERY NICE. Flash what flash? This set-up can achieve the effect, flash for what? Haha.

    As with the 2nd commenter, the no. of light can be reduced a little and make it more like trailing off. That would be nit-picking but yea. Can try taping up the bulb or something? Great shot anyway.
    EDIT: Oh 1 more thing. The white balance can be slightly warmer with the cup to remove the slightly blue reflection on the white cap and centre-left of the cup. There you go.
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    as usual great pics u have.
    love it!
    keep it coming!
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    Quote Originally Posted by soons View Post
    Wow, nice and creative leh, I find...


    Thanks bro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whattokingu View Post
    VERY NICE. Flash what flash? This set-up can achieve the effect, flash for what? Haha.

    As with the 2nd commenter, the no. of light can be reduced a little and make it more like trailing off. That would be nit-picking but yea. Can try taping up the bulb or something? Great shot anyway.
    EDIT: Oh 1 more thing. The white balance can be slightly warmer with the cup to remove the slightly blue reflection on the white cap and centre-left of the cup. There you go.

    Hahaha. Thanks for the pointers, mate. Never noticed the blue reflection until you mentioned it. Really helpful. Although, touching the twinklies would mean World War III to my folks. You know how grumpy old people can get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haqeel View Post
    as usual great pics u have.
    love it!
    keep it coming!

    haqeel bro. Thanks!

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    really nice. I like it and its good to show that you can make great pics with imagination.

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    great pic!
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    Thank you both!

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    i would nice ...
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    nice effort...keep on trying...

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    Nice bokeh which fits perfectly as it flows into the cup.
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