CD's and their alternative use.

Discussion in 'Photo Themes' started by ferny, Dec 30, 2004.

  1. Aoide

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    Wow Conch, I love #3.

    (I seem to be saying this all the time Conch, but I can't help it. You have some great shots! :D)


     
  2. ferny

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    It's the same red cd as in the other shots.
    How did you do number two conch? Number three is great to.

    andycarnall - I can't speak for others, but mine were taken with that intention. There has been a few cd shots showing up and I just decided to join in. :)
     
  3. conch

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    but how did you get that pattern on the cd? can't imagine it's already etched there.

    I sprayed some glasses cleaner which contains alcohol, instead of beading up like water, it diffused. I like your 3 too. the rough black surface counters nicely with the water on the cd.
     
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    thanks, it's amazing how much i learned er... copied since joining this and other forums. :wink:
     
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    I was supposed to post these a lonnnnnnnnnnnggggg time ago but forgot...so here they are:

    Both links are gone :(
     
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    Sorry guys & gals but I still have no clue how you all are shooting these. let me in on it i want to try! what lenses are you shooting with? thanks.
     
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    I just used a cheapo digital camera for mine, but as you can see quality is lacking. Most people use some sort of macro lens probably...just spray the water on a cd, get the colors you want reflecting and shoot a load of pics until you get one you like :) PS helps too :)
     
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    Amanda..I couldn't see yours at home, and I can't see em here at work, either :(
     
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    Link gone :(
     
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    John3 very cool pic :)

    Corry, not sure why the pic isn't workin...sort of strange. Maybe b/c I linked from my webpage rather than villagephotos...strange :confused:
     
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    well, here are mine. Already posted them in another thread, but it fits in here well too

    BOTH links are gone :(

    Ill try to get some new ones soon
     
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    I've always been a bit of a pyro... :fangs::biglaugh:



    ...but we can no longer see it - the link's gone :cry:
     

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