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Yurii Kyryliuk  |  View Profile

Submitted on December 01, 2012

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Comments:

Yousef Basem

Hi ... Can you please explain more about lighting ... I mean how did you block the light and let the edges only appear .

Posted 2 years ago   

Yurii Kyryliuk  

I used a black screen, half a meter wide and long enough

Posted 2 years ago   

Yousef Basem

How far the object from the screen ?

Posted 2 years ago   

Yurii Kyryliuk  

about half a meter

Posted 2 years ago   

1/800 sec.

f/5.6

ISO: 100

Focal Length

105 mm

Exposure Bias

0

Camera

NIKON D7000

Lights Used

Softbox
Regular Flash

Category

Still Life

Additional Notes

background - the black panel, softbox and flash Nikon SB700
subject - pile on the blue box glossy

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