My turn to share! Macro/Light box photos

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  1. Breanna

    Breanna TPF Noob!

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    I made it from the Strobist tutorial. Super easy to make, and even with my horrid yellow shop lights, I was able to make it work. Also used my speedlite, but since it can't come off camera (I have the 420ex) it didn't do me much good. I did a lot of cooling done in PS, but I'm okay with that.

    Just random stuff I threw in there for practice...

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    mmm a snot sucker (#2)

    there seems to be a scratch or hair on your lens...
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    Yes, that is dirt and a dog hair. hahaha. I didn't really care to edit those out since these are just for practice. I have a 5 month old, that booger sucker was the closest thing to grab and throw in the box. lol
     
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    i totally hear ya! i have a 3 month old, and that snot sucker always seems to be around looking for a photo op!!
     
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    Nice results it looks like your white balance is off just a bit more so on the second photo than the first. Also there are some that will say close down the aperture to get the whole item in focus. I personally dont mind the wider aperture and shallow DOF on this shot.
     

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