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Photo Discussion Discuss your photographic technique. Lighting conditions, apertures, shutter speeds, camera types, digital and film. Also any equipment discussion should go here.



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Old 17th April 2009   #1
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Default Best way to photograph indoors?

I want to enter a few photos for the 2010 calendar competition. I was wondering, does anyone use the shadow box method? This is when you take the front off of a 10gal(or create the same "open box" effect). Then put in eye pleasing living plants and such. Basically create a temporary habitat for the sole purpose of highlighting the best qualities of the target for photographing. I am very interested in showcasing my specimens and would love to do that in as professional way as possible! Thank you for your time!


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