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This is how i take my latest pics, with a tripod,background card and a low powered 20 watt Halogen lamp for some lighting.
 

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Dennis said:
Nice set up D8. What type of background is that ??
The background reflective card i got from my local newsagent for around $3 a sheet. This was the chrome sheets, but they do have gold too..hmmm wonder what gold would look like :) :lol
 

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Rat said:
Simple but effective, works good. Mine's very similar but it's on the floor. :danbanna
:iagree Very effective as your photo's illustrate too! :) :cheers
 

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:cool1 D8!
I would like to see more of the setups used by everyone :feedback
 
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I'm using the same setup and I place my card board paper anywhere the lighting is good. I haven't mastered using the Halogen lamp as of yet as it makes the pics to bright. :cheers

That paper makes a perfect picture, thanks for the idea :cheers
 

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Great pic of your set-up D8. :cheers I actually just picked up some different backgrounds today. I got a bronze and reflective black background. I also got some mylar to diffuse my light so reduce "flare spots".

More later!
 

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I'll post mine, when I finally buy a light! :lol

I'm actually using my kitchen light for taking pics right now! :lol :lol :lol :scared

It happens to be fluorescent :giggle
 

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Pille said:
Very nice setups guys! :nicejob :nicejob :cheers
:iagree , Its ver kewl to see how others set themselves up for taking photo's of their models!! keep em coming fella's!! :cheers
 
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