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  1. eggy900

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    This is one i took whilst playing around with my cam's macro mode, see if you can guess how it's done
     
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    taped up with toothpicks?
     
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    Leaning against a piece of glass?
     
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    good lookin shot, did you use crazy glue to hold them up and keep them in place like that?
     
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    thats cool...they look like they are leaning up agaisnt a piece of glass or a mirror...the far left on the bottom row is on a different level then the others
     
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    I say it's all smoke and mirrors. There's not really any coins in the shot at all is there :)
     
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    I would say two seperate images. One with the coins laying down. However I have a certain doubt about that as the shadow looks pretty good.

    Eric
     
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    I think the answer is quite clear...

    Youre a witch!
     
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    all wrong, keep guessing
     
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    The coins are on a glass tabletop & the pic is rotated.

    Neat shot BTW! ;)
     
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    no more guessing...spill it! :fangs:
     
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    no, no and no, i'm suprised that no one got it, it's quite simple, a magnet is placed under a piece of paper and then the coins are placed on tiop so that they balance on each other.
     

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