The Elusive Black Background.

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    For many of us, this technique has been learned and perfected. For some of the newer members of this forum, here is a very simple and well done explanation on getting that elusive black background in your shots. I know this question has been asked and answered before in this forum, but I found this particular explantion very easy to follow so I thought I'd share it again for those who are interested.

    The Invisible Black Backdrop – Photography Technique » Glyn Dewis Blog

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    thanks for the link! good, quick read with specifics. gonna try it out today.
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    It's mostly about shutter speed and controlling where the light goes.
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