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Uploaded: March 18, 2005


Clear glass chess pieces lit with a black light and colored paper. Wide open aperture. Macro lens. 4secs.


R.M. Fusco March 18, 2005

Very interesting technique that works best with shiny or glass items. #226456

Tammy Scott April 25, 2005

What an absolutley AWESOME image, R.M.!!! #1291476

R.M. Fusco April 26, 2005

Thanks again Tammy. It was hard for me to stop thinking of subjects to shoot with this technique. I love the different color variations that different colored paper can give. Maybe this is one that you and CJ can give a try.

Good Luck and hope to see you two in the BP neighborhood soon.

Regards, Roxanne #1292675

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