Wedding rings..

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  1. Kanikula

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    got bored tonight so i thought id take a pic of our wedding rings :lovey:

    i had to compromise the background by using 2 sheets of glossy photopaper!
     
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    I think you could have used more fill cards on the sides and bottom to get rid of the space where you were. Other than that, it's ok.
     
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    Cheers Sw1tchFX, but can i ask what a fill card is and how you use them???
     
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    a fill card is just a reflective surface used to fill in dark areas or shadows.

    It could be a 20 foot tall piece of foam core, or an 8.5x11 sheep of paper, depending on subject size.
     
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    i love the idea and i think you did a good job, but your flower almost blends with the background, their not two different distinctive whites.
     

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