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Lens: Tamron 28-200mm Macro Zoom Camera: K2000 Photo Location: My dining room ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/2s Aperture: F8 
Posted By: Dewman, 07-29-2014, 07:04 PM

The photo reminded me of a beautiful, long-legged blonde in a black evening gown and this song seemed fitting!

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Hummm, a 60's flashback maybe. Nice lighting in the photo.
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Hummm, a 60's flashback maybe. Nice lighting in the photo.
Thanks. It was with available light from a sliding patio door. I made a small wooden stand to hold various backgrounds and it has worked well. The light from the door can be adjusted simply by closing or opening the drapes as needed. I also occasionally use a mirror, reflector light w/ umbrella, overhead lights, kitchen florescent lights or a flashlight, as the situation might dictate. The drapes themselves can also offer assistance, as in the photo with the handles from the old sterling tea service. I simply draped them over the back of a chair and again, used available light from the door.

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Thanks. It was with available light from a sliding patio door. I made a small wooden stand to hold various backgrounds and it has worked well. The light from the door can be adjusted simply by closing or opening the drapes as needed. I also occasionally use a mirror, reflector light w/ umbrella, overhead lights, kitchen florescent lights or a flashlight, as the situation might dictate. The drapes themselves can also offer assistance, as in the photo with the handles from the old sterling tea service. I simply draped them over the back of a chair and again, used available light from the door.

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Good setup, that is making do to great effect.

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