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Posted By: yeatzee, 09-10-2010, 10:04 AM




and the setup:


10+ images stacked
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09-11-2010, 07:03 PM   #16
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And that was the setup? Wow! Your stacking technique is quite masterfully done.

By the way, let's welcome this spider to the exclusive gallery


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09-11-2010, 07:08 PM   #17
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And that was the setup? Wow! Your stacking technique is quite masterfully done.

By the way, let's welcome this spider to the exclusive gallery
YESSSSS!!!!

Oh, btw I entered the photo twice because I forgot to add the watermark at the bottom of the image, so could you swap the images?
Thanks
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Отличный выстрел!
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Great details and respect for that ghetto rig.

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ha, thanks Nitrok!
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Dang, I dislike spiders.. but it is a great shot..
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Awesome shot, Yeatzee! I love your gear too!
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The model looks a bit hungry... but nice shot!

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Looks a lot like my setup!
I make the flash attachment out of 2 aluminium cans, found it's more robust and directs a hell of a lot more light than anything else I've tried.
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Looks a lot like my setup!
I make the flash attachment out of 2 aluminium cans, found it's more robust and directs a hell of a lot more light than anything else I've tried.
Pics or it didn't happen
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QuoteOriginally posted by yeatzee Quote
Pics or it didn't happen
Nothing like a bit of pliable polished aluminium


Edit;
If you were more hardcore than me you would probably use beer cans.
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Ha! very nice.... just my style

No diffuser on the end though???


On another note: This photo's rating on the PEG has dropped from five stars to three in a day. If that was one of you who voted PLEASE speak up. I want to here your opinion!
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No diffuser on the end though???
Yes there is, it's a layer of baking paper. Just kind of hard to see from this angle.
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Yes there is, it's a layer of baking paper. Just kind of hard to see from this angle.
How well does it work?
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Really great shot yeatzee! I should get a reversing ring too now
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