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    grapes --another lighting experiment --c&c always!

    I thought these were beautiful in the colander--I played . . . flashlights on the side, on the bottom, flash, no flash . . .

    1grapes --another lighting experiment --c&c always!

    2grapes --another lighting experiment --c&c always!

    3grapes --another lighting experiment --c&c always!

    Thanks for viewing.

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    Re: grapes --another lighting experiment --c&c always!

    Looks as though you had lots of fun! Thats a good thing, something I need to do one day. My fav is the third one. How did you do it?

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    Re: grapes --another lighting experiment --c&c always!

    I'm in favour of #2. On #1, I would have cloned out the little dark spot on the right side.

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    Re: grapes --another lighting experiment --c&c always!

    Carl, yes it was fun! Of course, my family was wondering if they should take me to the hospital (mental ward) LOL The bottom one is something I do a lot of --it makes a repeating pattern if you continue to reduce and combine. The results can be very suprising.

    Put your image on a square canvas (I use 10 x 10) make it 1/4 of it's original size, duplicate layer, fiip horizontally and move the new layer to the opposite side of the square --zoom way in to merge the two exactly and then spot heal the two together. Now you have 1/2 the 10 x 10 square covered. Duplicate layer, flip vertically, move the top layer to the opposite side of the square, zoom in to merge the two and spot heal the two sides together. Voila, you now have a basic block for repeating and making a pattern. . .

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    Re: grapes --another lighting experiment --c&c always!

    Kris, thanks for your comments. Of course, YOU HAD to find an spot I didn't clone out. At some point, I just had to stop or the entire glass would have been cloned!

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    Re: grapes --another lighting experiment --c&c always!

    Great way to learn about lighting and the other bits of post work. I too like 2 and 3.

    #1 might have been better without the bowl.

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    Re: grapes --another lighting experiment --c&c always!

    Bobo--I used an inverted shot glass --was wondering how the flash light would work illuminated the bottom grape thru the glass. Thanks for viewing!

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