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Oct 25, 2021 18:48:25   #
wolfMark Loc: Southern Oregon
 
Hi all. This is my first post here as I just recently joined. I do a lot of shooting and one of my areas of interest is studio lighting for small objects. I do it solely for myself as I'm retired and this is part of my hobby. I have a simple small studio, shooting with speedlights and diffusers and most of the necessary gear. I'm self taught and love to play with light. This is one of my earlier experiments.



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Oct 26, 2021 09:06:15   #
Photog8 Loc: Morriston, FL
 
Welcome...a fine start.

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Oct 26, 2021 18:03:33   #
E.L.. Shapiro Loc: Ottawa, Ontario Canada
 
The rim light is nice. When shooting glassware or other glass items, try transillumination, that is, place the object on or in front of a diffused light source sic as rear-illuminated white plexiglass. Certain plastics, that are sometimes used in inexpensive drinking glasses have interference or stress patterns that show up as multicolours when transilluminated and shot with a CPO (polarizing filter. This makes for some fun experimentation with lighting.







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Oct 26, 2021 18:05:42   #
wolfMark Loc: Southern Oregon
 
Thank you for the ideas. This is why I joined forum.

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