My Frozen Strawberry

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  1. MH_91

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    My Frozen Strawberry

    Tv=1/80 sec
    Av=5.0
    ISO=400
    Lens 18-200 mm
    Camera Canon 20D
    Flash 430 EXII



     
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    neat!! I like it!!
     
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    Thanks mate :)
     
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    Different! Did you freeze it for the pic or just an after thought?
     
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    no i froze it for the pic, the idea came after i was washing the strawberry with a cold water ! lol

    the frozen part took around 12 hours
    and the taking pictures part took around 10 min lol !
     
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    Cool idea, I like it.

    What did you use for the background? It looks like a dirty towel or screen :lol:

    There's an overall pink hue to it. It doesn't bother me but I'm not sure if that was what you intended.
     
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    thanks for your comment , well i used two white papers

    and for the pink hue, maybe when i was fixing the white balance i accidently went few degrees to the pink side.
     
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    They look dirty or smudged. Fingerprints perhaps? Should be easy enough to blend them out.
     
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    yeah i just notice them=( too bad i already publish this picture online, i will fix it now , thanks for your Super Details ;)
     
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    Brilliant! The smudges didn't bother me (mostly because they would have blended in with my very smudged screen ;)), I just loved the whole setup. I will definitely have to try idea out!
     
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    What did you freeze it in, a Tupperware container? I too would like to try this some time :D
     
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    Thanks for your comment

    if you wanna try this idea , DONT forget to Glue your item and then freeze it, and most people recommend me, to use Boil water to get clear water ...
     

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