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10/22/2002 10:17:48 PM · #1
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'Eleven' by connie

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02/20/2003 10:07:49 PM · #2
I liked the pasta better, nice color, great detail.
02/20/2003 10:15:30 PM · #3
I liked the eggs better, just my opinion. I thought the light was perfect for the egg shot, but just a little off for the pasta. I liked the tutorial because it showed the use of the furnace filter for lighting - nice idea!
02/20/2003 10:31:41 PM · #4
how much does a furnace filter cost anyway?
02/20/2003 10:39:53 PM · #5
I think I like the color and the light in pasta better. I would have just framed a little more above and a litle less below. But the colrs and transparencies are jsut top of the top in my humble opinion.

02/20/2003 10:57:26 PM · #6
Another vote for the pasta. ;) But the eggs were pretty cool too!
02/21/2003 02:14:03 AM · #7
Connie, both shots are excellent. However I'm a lover of b&w. I just think that 'eleven' is an awesome shot which is very well composed. The lighting is fabulous as well. This has to be one of my favourite shots. Excellent job on both photos.
02/21/2003 08:09:03 PM · #8
Originally posted by connie:

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'Eleven' by connie

Thanks Connie! I liked the Egg picture better but I also like the noodles. I've never thought about using a furnace filter for that! Good idea. I really need to get some better equipment for taking pics. I need lights, black cloth, backgrounds, etc. For the last challenge I had to use my wife's sweater for the background!!

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05/24/2009 01:06:05 AM · #9
I see this is older, but thanks, I thought it was neat!
Both of them gave me ideas, and I like the pasta AND the egg, especially the texture of the front egg shell!

05/24/2009 01:52:03 AM · #10
I'm going to remember that A/C filter to use as a diffuser. Thanks
05/28/2009 01:02:58 AM · #11
My vote goes to the pasta too. Interesting setup, excellent outcome. Brilliant photo. Thanks for posting.


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