Stained Glass

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  1. ClarkKent

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    Here is one that I had taken at "In Focus 2006" seminar in Indiana. This was actually a very simple set up with colored poster board with lights aimed at them. So here is one I came up with. The lines I did myself just as to see something different.

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    I don't even know whats going on here... But I like!
     
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    Looks like a giant fingerprint behind the glasses. I think it is magnificent! Awesome, I really like it! Remember what your settings were??
     
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    I do, I belive they were as follows

    ISO = 100
    f/stop around 4.5
    Shutter Speed 1/25th
    Manfrotto tripod
     
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    Its very psychedelic :nerd: Cool!!!!
     
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    I have been to one of their seminars in the past. They are always fun and I usually learn something new. This person has a very economical and fun way of photographing simple glasses and making them look like true works of art. Good job.
     
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    Thanks, I wasn't sure how it would look, but I think it turned out pretty good. Thanks for all the great comments
     

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