I messed around with a flashlight and flowers...

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  1. Trenton Romulox

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    I set up a vase of flowers, set my camera up, and shot away. Just experimenting with light and stuff. Still learning how to use my first camera :). Critique is very, very appreciated.

    http://new.photos.yahoo.com/trenton_romulox/album/576460762393752209/photo/294928804279967844/1

    http://new.photos.yahoo.com/trenton_romulox/album/576460762393752209/photo/294928804279973140/3

    http://new.photos.yahoo.com/trenton_romulox/album/576460762393752209/photo/294928804279967834/0

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    I like it. I really like the 3rd one. It gives the flower a "special" effect look.
     
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    Thanks. I'm interested in seeing what I can do once there are natural flowers here in good ol' Maine. I really enjoy screwing around with light, and I think I could create some unique shots outdoors at night with a powerful spotlight or something like that. Thanks for the response and positive feedback, it's much appreciated.
     
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    I also really like number 3. I dont know if it would apply to flowers, but I read an article in Practical Photographer about "painting with light".. bascially using a long exposure at night and moving a torch beam over different areas of your subject.. maybe something to play around with :) "Aaron will get around to trying all these things one day!!"
     

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