Reflection lighting test #2

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  1. Canon Fan

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    Same story as #1 although I had to vignette the top corners pretty heavy due to running out of background :oops: This one was edited on my CRT so the colors should be closer than #1.

    Not the best arrangement but I wanted to try two at once and add black to the mix.

    Thanks again in advance:mrgreen:

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    Very nice, I have to learn how to do stuff like that.
     
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    Well, while there are a good many technical details mentioned here that don't mean a thing to me, I still like the crispness of the photo. My old eyes don't see so much of a difference in colours between your first example pic and this one here, but maybe I don't know how to look or what to look for.
    What I might say is that here I don't mind the vignette at all. Better to have that than clutter in the background, or a not-uniform one.
     
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    Thanks again! I wish I hadn't had to vignatte it but I just didn't have enough background to fill the frame so I was limited. I think it works, although I think it would be much better if it were only a dark grey like the foreground instead. Glad you like it though! If I have learned even only one thing through these tests it is that I need a bigger shooting area and more background material!
     
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    Not so sure about the box, but another great sharp shot!

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