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May 25, 2024 03:41:55   #
Dan' de Bourgogne
 
surprising color effects without PS or LR
A laptop screen is displaying a photograph of water droplets on a glass plate which is retrolit by 3 "geled" speedlights
A refringent foil (transparent paper) covers the laptop's screen.
A mirror (30 x 40 cm) lies flat onto the keyboard
My spectacles lies on the mirror
Images captured with classic pol' filter.

For the little clown, same set up...just with another displayed photograph which shows a "bi-color card"...the little clown is also front lit by a tiny spark of flash burst just to add a bit salt to the contrast... about the way a spot light would light up an actor on stage.
See the effect of réfraction in the little glass filled with clear water...and how the colors mute in the mirror: yellow becomes red, cyan becomes dark green.

Regarding the 5 "chess figures" made of glass (max 18 mm high), once again same set up: astonishing colored effect occurs in the glass material

It's crazy but funny to experiment .


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May 25, 2024 04:34:49   #
William Loc: Mississippi
 
admired idea@

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May 25, 2024 09:14:04   #
NMGal Loc: NE NM
 
Interesting.

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May 25, 2024 10:19:47   #
pdsdville Loc: Midlothian, Tx
 
Very nice shots and a great idea.

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May 25, 2024 11:28:15   #
John Lawrence
 
Interesting and beautiful. Well done.

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May 25, 2024 12:09:38   #
tcthome Loc: NJ
 
Very nice work.

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May 25, 2024 12:56:46   #
UTMike Loc: South Jordan, UT
 
Imaginative and creative, Dan!

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May 25, 2024 13:20:07   #
Earnest Botello Loc: Hockley, Texas
 
Kudos for a job well done, Dan.

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May 26, 2024 05:23:48   #
Dan' de Bourgogne
 
William wrote:
admired idea@


Thank You William! Now the question is: what else to shot with this idea? Only tiny subjects in front of a laptop ...becomes rapidly quite boring.

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May 26, 2024 05:28:56   #
Dan' de Bourgogne
 
NMGal wrote:
Interesting.


Thank You NMGal.
Yes it's interesting...but there is a hard task to guess what co:or will render pink/or
The effects produced by a "A" colored surface lit with polarized light will reflect in a mirror into a "B" colored ight

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May 26, 2024 05:45:18   #
Dan' de Bourgogne
 
pdsdville wrote:
Very nice shots and a great idea.


Thank You pdsville...I appreciate this kind comment.

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May 26, 2024 05:52:33   #
Dan' de Bourgogne
 
John Lawrence wrote:
Interesting and beautiful. Well done.

Thank You John L.D...I appreciate and am glad You like it.
The fun is to discover what collor will appear in the viewfinder once You have set the orientation of the transparent paper + orientation of the pol' filter!

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May 26, 2024 05:54:13   #
Dan' de Bourgogne
 
tcthome wrote:
Very nice work.


Merci tcthome! Your kind words make me happy

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May 26, 2024 06:17:46   #
Irvingite Charles Loc: Irving, Tx
 

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May 26, 2024 07:11:12   #
Manglesphoto Loc: 70 miles south of St.Louis
 
Dan' de Bourgogne wrote:
surprising color effects without PS or LR
A laptop screen is displaying a photograph of water droplets on a glass plate which is retrolit by 3 "geled" speedlights
A refringent foil (transparent paper) covers the laptop's screen.
A mirror (30 x 40 cm) lies flat onto the keyboard
My spectacles lies on the mirror
Images captured with classic pol' filter.

For the little clown, same set up...just with another displayed photograph which shows a "bi-color card"...the little clown is also front lit by a tiny spark of flash burst just to add a bit salt to the contrast... about the way a spot light would light up an actor on stage.
See the effect of réfraction in the little glass filled with clear water...and how the colors mute in the mirror: yellow becomes red, cyan becomes dark green.

Regarding the 5 "chess figures" made of glass (max 18 mm high), once again same set up: astonishing colored effect occurs in the glass material

It's crazy but funny to experiment .
surprising color effects without PS or LR br A la... (show quote)


Fantastic set!!!Dan

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