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wow.
It definitely does look professional. Poster worthy i must say.

Care to share how you did it?
Would gladly appreciate if you could post a picture of your set up if possible.
 

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wow.
It definitely does look professional. Poster worthy i must say.

Care to share how you did it?
Would gladly appreciate if you could post a picture of your set up if possible.
Ya, care to share it ?
 

Jagger

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Do you use a mirror for the reflection?
 

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My guess is that it is a piece of glass, and then a black sheet of paper/polypropene at the bottom.
But i could be wrong.

Let's hope the TS shares his technique. =)
 

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Could be done via Photoshop PP. But the original capture is sharp and nice.
 

IamJeFfy

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its the thumbdrive 5D mk II.... hurhur.
 

deklan

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look closely.. its not the real 5DmkII, its a thumbdrive actually...
and if im not wrong there are such glossy boards which produce such results, not sure if it has a specific name though...
 

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cabbySHE

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So, is that lens also one of those ?
 

cabbySHE

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Thanks, no wonder it puzzle me why/how one could keep two fabulous system at the same time.
 

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look closely.. its not the real 5DmkII, its a thumbdrive actually...
and if im not wrong there are such glossy boards which produce such results, not sure if it has a specific name though...
Maybe you meant acryllic boards.
 

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Do you use a mirror for the reflection?
My guess is that it is a piece of glass, and then a black sheet of paper/polypropene at the bottom.
But i could be wrong.

Let's hope the TS shares his technique. =)
Could be done via Photoshop PP. But the original capture is sharp and nice.
its the thumbdrive 5D mk II.... hurhur.
Maybe you meant acryllic boards.
Sorry to bring this old thread back, never noticed there were replies to it... :embrass:

Yup it's a 5D mk II thumbdrive and simply shot on top of a black acrylic sheet for the reflection. :)
 

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