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June 22, 2010 - 12 went

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  • A former member

    This is something I tried as soon as I got home. Pretty much my first product photo. Setup: Work light from Home Depot, inverted kids chair for lighted tent, parchment paper for diffusion and background. printer paper + aluminum foil for reflection(fill light). Product is a car shaped wireless mouse.

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  • Ray

    I'll buy it.

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  • Len C.

    Paul, I have goosebumps! You made my day, really. That's truly excellent and a first rate interpretation of the discussion. When I said the demonstration was a "point of departure" you took it seriously. Bravo, Len

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  • Claire

    Wow! I thought this is a real car at the first glance!

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  • A former member

    Paul - wow, very nice!

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  • Sam

    Just Amazing!!!!!

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  • A former member

    Thanks for all the positive feedback guys. Here are some of my observations(lessons to learn) from my experience taking this picture. 1. Need to clean the object better. You can see some dust on top of the scroller. 2. Need to make sure all reflections are accounted for. Notice the green hue on the rear wheel. It is from the ikea kids chair that I used for the setup. 3. Parchment paper is not that great for dispersion/diffusion. Rip-stop as Len suggested might have been a better option.

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