Origami Swan Lake.

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  1. K_Pugh

    K_Pugh No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    D80 + 50mm F1.8
    ISO100
    F16
    1/200th
    SB600 - 85mm @ 1/32th power with 1/4 CTB gel. Mirror was also used to get a bit more light in behind the swan.

    [​IMG]

    Unfortunately due to my tiredness I shot in JPG :( but I didn't have to do much editing so it wasn't so bad.
     
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    very interesting!
     
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    i like the photoshop you did on the sheet music
     
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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    This one lifts you right into my personal top five of most creative photographers here on TPF. Very simple, clever, well processed yet not overdone. Great light too.

    Too bad about the copycat duck, though ;)
     
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    Now that's creativity. I see it on the front of a theatre advertising the show..... Excellent.
     
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    Well I can't really take the credit for the idea. I seen something like this, oh, probably a few years back now, can't remember where though.

    I love ideas like that and I just thought I'd try to re-create it. I had a wee look at videos of Swan Lake shows to get an idea of the lighting used, hence the whitey/blue into darkness.
     
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    What a beautiful lighting there
     

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