study of rusty can with backlighting

Discussion in 'Commercial/Product photography' started by LearnMyShot, Mar 12, 2010.

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    But, when I started out with my first camera 40 years ago, I used to take a lot of B&W of crushed pop cans on a blacktop highway with sunset lighting.....Mike
     
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    thanks...would you mind posting one of those B/W images.....they must be very interesting! I'm sure a lot of people in the forum would love to see them
     
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    Wish I did....Mike
     
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    well, I know this is not perfect...but you can shoot them with your camera, it's basically a scanner for flat art.....I.ve done that before and it works pretty well!
     

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