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    One up, two down

    I don't know how others will react to this one, but it's a favorite of the photos that I've made of clear glass.


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    Re: One up, two down

    I would have loved either the full reflection or the reflection is cloned away. Although the present photo looks good, but somehow the "half" reflection makes the photo incomplete.

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    Re: One up, two down

    Thanks for your idea, Steven. I'll keep that in mind. I'll eventually get around to making some photos of glass on a non-reflective tabletop.

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    Re: One up, two down

    Incredible, as always...

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    Re: One up, two down

    Mike, nice shots.


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    Re: One up, two down

    Mike your creativity and imagination continue to shine with these types of shot. Well done.

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    Re: One up, two down

    Thank you, everyone!

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    Re: One up, two down

    Hello Mike, great technic as usual. May I ask what is your reflective surface? I went is search of black plexiglass and did not find any.

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    It's black plexiglass, Louise. I was also very surprised how difficult it is to find. I purchased it here but Terry provided information about this place last week that has lower prices at least for the material (I haven't compared total cost including shipping and handling). You also may be interested in this website.

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    Re: One up, two down

    Thanks for the info Mike. Keep shooting, it is always suprising what you come up with.

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