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post #16 of 164
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Amazing photos, NOBD!! Thanks for posting.

I will PM you my address Please ship me your camera and lens. That is all.

Hehe. It's the man behind the camera, Sri...
post #17 of 164
What are you using for lighting? Natural light?
post #18 of 164
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What are you using for lighting? Natural light?

No, with this lens, I need a small aperture ( f/22 for these), so I've used my 'studio'.
post #19 of 164
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+1.


Cool photos, op.
post #20 of 164
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+1.
Cool photos, op.

Thank you, grimslade.


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No, with this lens, I need a small aperture ( f/22 for these), so I've used my 'studio'.

Lens:




'Studio':



Actually just a part of the attic with a few 500 Watt flood lights.
post #21 of 164


Chris Eigeman in Whit Stillman's Metropolitan. A classic.

Great pics NOBD!

/BB
post #22 of 164
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Great pics NOBD!

/BB

Thanks, BB.



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Buttons on leather

Macro




Crop

post #23 of 164
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Thank you, grimslade.




Lens:




'Studio':



Actually just a part of the attic with a few 500 Watt flood lights.



Ya, but your pics have a white background?
post #24 of 164
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Ya, but your pics have a white background?

Ah, I'm sorry. The non-macro ones are older pictures, and shot by natural light (on a white table).
post #25 of 164
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Chris Eigeman in Whit Stillman's Metropolitan. A classic.

Great pics NOBD!

/BB

Have you seen this movie recently? I found it insufferably bad...
post #26 of 164
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Macro



Crop

post #27 of 164
NOBD, please do some macro shots of tweed jackets ... also, wool flannel.
post #28 of 164
Would you be able to assist me in photographing a dust in my rolex?
post #29 of 164
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Would you be able to assist me in photographing a dust in my rolex?

- he lives
post #30 of 164
Closeup of an Alpaca knit tie

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