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10-09-2010, 05:06 PM   #1
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Hollywood Toliet Paper
Lens: Sigma 28-80 Camera: k200d ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/150s Aperture: F11 

I love this.... I shot it as an example to a concept that I talked about in someone elses critique! I wanted to get a nice texture and I think I really did that well. Only thing I did in post was bump up the contrast a smidge because of the lens flare. BTW the flare was on purpose....

First, What do you think about this shot... What would you have done? How could I make it better.

And then how was it shot? I want you to reverse engenineer this photo. Tell me how I did it... It is a great practice to get into. I makes learning lighting and it becoming 2nd nature a lot easier.

I will post a setup shot when somone figures it out!!!! Thanks and Keep on Shooting!!!

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I'd say you used a coloured lamp, but i could be wrong :-)!
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nice guess... And your close but try again
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A television.

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the toilet window which has a "+" in the middle...
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Tough one.
A blue and a pink set of spotlights - can't think of much else...
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Police car red and blues?
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light from a projected film

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QuoteOriginally posted by Ash Quote
Tough one.
A blue and a pink set of spotlights - can't think of much else...
Close but no.... Keep trying ladies and gentleman!!!! This is awesome practice!!! Dont give up!!!
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Time exposure of a traffic light capturing both red and green, although colors are slightly off?
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I used one strobe camera left with red and blue gel on it... I also used a gobo to direct the light where i wanted it and not on the background.... Really pretty simple!!! Right?
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