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Lady_Frog
« on: January 11, 2009 12:10:37 PM »

i got a wire working set for x-mas.ive been working with it for about 2 weeks. this is what i have done so far.sorry the pics are blury. ignor the date on the pics. my camera refuses to stay set.








i had more pics but my comp ate them.i have some with stones and other black ones that look like butterfly/fairy wings but they got eaten.will take more and replacement pics in a few days.
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« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2009 06:30:50 PM »

Oh. Those pictures... It's really hard to even make out your pendants.

A suggestion. During the day, take your pictures next to an open window with the sunlight streaming in. You may get some shadow, but it'll be a lot better than other ways. Then lay down a white t-shirt on your surface (I like to use a chair, that way I can drape it over the back and have a solid background as well as sitting surface). Then put your projects on the shirt, and take the pictures there in front of the window.

This is the best way I have found to take pictures without your own light box. It's also easier with digital cameras, because they can more easily tell what you're trying to focus on with the solid background.

Also, if you're trying to take pictures of something small, don't worry so much about getting up close with the camera. Worry more about it being in focus. You can always crop the excess out later on with a photo program (such as Picassa).

I hope that these suggestions are helpful.
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« Reply #2 on: January 15, 2009 01:17:48 PM »

thank you very much! i will try this tomorrow seeing as how there is not much light outside now.and i have a bunch more to add.
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