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Old 12-15-2014, 03:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Here is one of the photos from my first attempt at pen photography. I used two light sources for this image. One overhead video light giving a slight glow on the pen and using a bounced small hotshoe flash as the main fill light. I realized that I need to add more light to the button of the pen after I wrapped things up :)



Mahogany and Cherry using a vintage slimline kit.

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Sorry for the large size. Getting to know the upload code.
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Sorry for the large size. Getting to know the upload code.
Need a darker back drop IMO.
Once you start to photographing pens with a clear ( Smooth) finish
then you will have issues with polarized reflection.
And All Your lighting will have to be changed.

Buy and read the book Light Science and magic.

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