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Crystal Swirl
Crystal Swirl
gintay


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Challenge: Free Study 2017-03 (Standard Editing)
Collection: Portfolio
Camera: Canon EOS-5D Mark IV
Lens: Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM
Location: Home environment
Date: Mar 17, 2017
Aperture: 16.0
ISO: 100
Shutter: 15
Date Uploaded: Mar 22, 2017

A challenge in DPC challenge has pushed me beyond my comfort zone of photography. Glad to be a member of DPC. The boundary is unlimited. There are so much to learn to excel from DPC.

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Place: 30 out of 106
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Votes: 40
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04/10/2017 03:55:27 AM
Originally posted by sidpixel:

Hello from the critique club

An exciting and intriguing image that contributes well to the free study challenge

Please tell us more Gin Tay, how have you done this? Iím really pleased that you are pushing your boundaries to explore and create such dynamic images as you are here. I love the bold colours, reflections, the softness of the motion blur in contrast to the sharp detail of the inner spheres, its a lovely very effective combination. Well done Gin Tay, keep clear of that comfort zoneÖ!


Thank you for your comments & your interest.

Here is my preparation for this shot.

Setup:
Place the crystal ball on a black acrylic sheet. Using LED light partially wrapped with red cellophane paper (low cost). You just need to dance the LED light behind the crystal ball. Any movement will create a different effect.

The camera setting as already shown in DPC exif data.

Hope you'll enjoy the fun.

By the way, how can I address you, Sir.

Thank you Sid and/or Thank you Smallman

04/08/2017 05:02:22 PM
Hello from the critique club

An exciting and intriguing image that contributes well to the free study challenge

Please tell us more Gin Tay, how have you done this? Iím really pleased that you are pushing your boundaries to explore and create such dynamic images as you are here. I love the bold colours, reflections, the softness of the motion blur in contrast to the sharp detail of the inner spheres, its a lovely very effective combination. Well done Gin Tay, keep clear of that comfort zoneÖ!
  Photographer found comment helpful.
 Comments Made During the Challenge
04/03/2017 06:08:32 PM
Love the color and the reflection.
  Photographer found comment helpful.


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