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Posted By: Rense, 08-31-2009, 01:31 PM

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08-31-2009, 01:34 PM   #2
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Just marvellous! The second is my favourite!

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Wow.
Stunning set of colours refracting around the place.
Definite keepers there.
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Amazing, Rense - numbers 2 and 3, for whatever reason, really grab me.

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#3 and #5 really grab me, Rense. Nice shots!!
08-31-2009, 05:08 PM   #6
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Stunning Rense, the first one looks more like chrome than water.
Now are you going to tell us how you achieved the lighting effects?
08-31-2009, 09:36 PM   #7
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Just marvellous! The second is my favourite!

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Thank you!

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Wow.
Stunning set of colours refracting around the place.
Definite keepers there.
Thanks Ash!

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Amazing, Rense - numbers 2 and 3, for whatever reason, really grab me.

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Thank you Jer. I think 'for whatever reason' is part of the abstract nature...
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#3 and #5 really grab me, Rense. Nice shots!!
Thanks Martha!

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Stunning Rense, the first one looks more like chrome than water.
Now are you going to tell us how you achieved the lighting effects?
Thank you Gary. It's just a waterdrop on the reverse side of a cd. Turn the cd until you've got the right light, it's very simple...

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Good imagination+$25 (mine is) lens=beautiful result. Love the work!!

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Looking fun. That second shot is my favorite
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Great abstracts - I thought it was a CD well done.
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These are superb Rense. I've used cd's to photograph rings and was happy with the results but these make me want to redo those shots...
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Good imagination+$25 (mine is) lens=beautiful result. Love the work!!

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Thanks CJ! Mine was for free

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Looking fun. That second shot is my favorite
Thanks a lot!
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Great abstracts - I thought it was a CD well done.
Thanks Dave, much appreciated!

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These are superb Rense. I've used cd's to photograph rings and was happy with the results but these make me want to redo those shots...
Thank you Scott. It really was fun, so you should try again!
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Great shots Rense. I have tried similar shots in the past but have not gotten results as good as yours. You have inspired me to try again. Thanks for posting.
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