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If I ever spen big bucks for a Mac it will be this one :drool

Awesome pics :nicejob :nicejob :cheers
 

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Thanks for the kind words folks. :cheers :cheers

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Felix, I'm loving that reflection. What do you use for that reflective surface and bg?
Tom: That's a reflective black bristol board I bought from Michaels (arts & crafts supplies store). The only issue with that material is that you have to be careful with it otherwise it'll scratch or crease. It's also a major dust magnet so i have to wipe the surface with a soft clothe every time I shoot pictures.

Here's my set-up.
 
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Felix,

I'm going to try this set up this evening.

I'm currently using a two halogen lights, one that hits from the top and the other hitting from the side.

My camera is all automatic, so that might be the problem. As I usually have to take pics with the flash on, they sometime turn out good and other times turn out with to much glare.

So I'm going to experiment a little.

I saw your set up earlier but wasn't sur ehow you had the lights angled.
 

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Felix,

I'm going to try this set up this evening.

I'm currently using a two halogen lights, one that hits from the top and the other hitting from the side.

My camera is all automatic, so that might be the problem. As I usually have to take pics with the flash on, they sometime turn out good and other times turn out with to much glare.

So I'm going to experiment a little.

I saw your set up earlier but wasn't sur ehow you had the lights angled.
What camera make/model do you have Darrick? Maybe I can look up its specs and see if there are suggestions I can come up with for you?
 
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