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05-30-2011, 09:41 AM   #16
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Thanks everyone for the tips Yeah I did 45 degrees from the left and 45 degrees above.. well maybe not quite 45 above, but above none-the-less. And I did a reflector on the right .. and I did a minute amount of hard direct fill light towards him at 60 degrees from the right pointed upwards to him. The limited space I had I couldn't get it at 45 degrees (nor the room to set up a light stand to the right either).

I have to get a fold up table for my kitchen.. Would liike something big, sturdy that I can use for macro photography and sewing patterns & cutting. Any recommendations would be appreciated

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