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    A bright idea

    ...well sort of. I had a few ideas about light bulbs, originally i wanted a normal bulb with the filament, have it light and looking like the one below but i could only find halogen type, so i decided to have a go at energy saving eco light bulbs. Again thought to try it with it on, but a few reasons i couldnt, 1) i didnt have a screw in type lamp base, and tried experimenting one thats already in my lamp, the colour temps of the light it self and my flashes are completely different, so ill be keeping an eye out with bulbs that have the same or close to the same colour temps as my flashes.

    The set up is/was as follows:

    black background
    Bulb with blue tac at the end connected to a piece of PVC pipe that was connected to my boom holder on the stand.
    2 flashes with umbrellas at either side
    1 flash underneath.

    PP: i straightened the image.
    Cloned out the writing as best as i could with my skills, i think it is alright.

    And now the image:
    A bright idea
    A bright idea by AllenLennon, on Flickr

    What you fine people think??

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    Re: A bright idea

    noticed a little mistake in the first one here is a reedition
    A bright idea
    bulb by AllenLennon, on Flickr

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