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  1. JonMikal

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    Good exposure, lighting and all. But... what's rettub? :scratch:
     
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    LOL, ferny.

    Great pic Jon, you've really animated an ordinary slab of butter. What's the pale green frame in the background though?
     
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    i don't see anything green, sorry.

    i will tell you this isn't real, as you may have already guessed. it's part of a museum exhibit. the butter is approx. 4 - 5 ft. long. really neat stuff!
     
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    I think she means the part in the top right corner. I can see it now that there is no light in the room. You've got a black section running through and cutting off the inner frame. But then that black part stops and the frame pop up again. Looks a little odd.
     
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    I'm not surpised that you are the only one in the world who could make a stick of butter look really cool.
    Oh for pete. I just said a stick of butter was cool.:confused:
     
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    *wonders if elsaspet knows his name is Peter*
    :p :mrgreen:
     
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    OMG what a topic to photograph :D:D:D
    Peter, when I read your "Rettub" I started to think what is that... ooppss :p:p
     
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    That's just what i was going to say :D :thumbup:
     
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    !!!!! I'm a GUY, Ferny !!! I know it's confusing, i spell it the female way coz it's spelt that way in my full name.
    I guess i was talking about the "frame" of the original picture, part of which does crop up in the top right corner. But like Jon said, it's a picture of a picture, so it's all clear now. Maybe the green is just my monitor ??

    Jon, i'm sure you could do an original equally well, if not better.
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    nope, never said it was a picture...it's a sculpture type exhibit. the area i guess you are referring to is where the floor and wall meet.
     
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    Ok, it's all clear now, really.....i was completely ignoring the width of your frame, Jon.

    Very interesting exhibit, looks yummy too. Good idea for a home project, never thought a well-lit stick of butter could look so photogenic :)
     

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