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    Wisteria seed--new lighting setup

    My first experiment with a new lighting setup. I'm using two "hair lights" (mini-booms), each with a 75W halogen flood. One is turned away, using reflections from an umbrella for some ambient light. The second is direct, from the right side, with a sheet of Manfrotto diffuser and a small Westcott diffuser held in front of it. 50D, 100mmL macro, 3 images stacked with Zerene, DMap. C&C welcome, particularly as this is my first trial of this setup.


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    Re: Wisteria seed--new lighting setup

    Hi Dan, it looks like the lighting has picked out the intricate detail very nicely!

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    Re: Wisteria seed--new lighting setup

    Yes, agree with Frank, good focus and exposure.

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    Re: Wisteria seed--new lighting setup

    I would have to agree, well done.

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