Still Life

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  1. Kevin D Burns

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    I was unsure how to edit and add a post with the image.
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    used a tri pod. manual focus used to give a 2D look to image.

     
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    It looks very 3d to me. And, that is what every body strives for usually.
     
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    now I just have to remove the shadows or use a black BG. LOL.
    Thanks
     
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    Well you could but im not sure I would. The shot and the shadows blend into a very 1950ish kind of cinema type photography. The shadows on the wall are dramatic.

    If for still life you want a black background try a couple of pieces of black matt board. Not to awfully expensive and fairly tough stuff. You might want to get a cheap bottle of cheap craft paint to touch up any nicks you get otherwise it should last you a lifetime.
     
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    Thanks for the info, i am making a photo box but was using black foam. The black foam was getting sparkles from the lighting. I will try some black matt board as suggested.
    Thanks for the support on my BG as I was sure the shadows would catch fire with people. Thanks.
     

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