More CD shots

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  1. Nikon Fan

    Nikon Fan TPF Noob!

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    I took a load more of the same kind of pics this evening, but added a bit to it. Instead of spraying it with just water I sprayed with food coloring...everyone should be required to try this, it's really a load of fun!!!

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    No food coloring on these last two:

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  2. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I was just thinkin about doing this (not wet though), nice shots ;)
     
  3. JonMikal

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    great shots Amanda! :thumbup: there's a thread in photo themes for these too! :wink:
     
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    Cool pic's, really like the green drops on the first picture. Looks like green mercury.
     
  5. Nikon Fan

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    Thanks everyone :) I'll be sure to find that thread a little later JonMikal!!!
     
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    What kind of lense did you use? I just got a Nikkor 70-300mm and I tested it with shooting water drops on a cd. I had trouble focusing on the water drops. I need a macro.
     
  7. Nikon Fan

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    I actually used a point and shoot camera to do these. But I got the idea from Digital Matt and he uses a 55mm macro lens for his :) The point and shoot camera had a bit of trouble focusing, but at the right angle it worked pretty well
     

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