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    Canon 300D , EF 70-200/2.8L IS USM @ 200mm , f/8.0 , 1/60s , ISO 100 , EC+4/3 , RAW

    My favorite entry so far to the DPChallenge contest. This challenge theme: threes. I love the brillance of these colors, and the sharpness of the glass (and barely USM'ed too!)

    The shot is of three bottles of cocktail mixers. The labels were taken off, and backlit from the rear two corners with 500W halogens. I adjust the colors only very slightly, and cloned out a few dust spots on the bottles.

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      Terrific Webpage, Stick to the fantastic job. Thanks a lot.

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    Hi I would first like to say just how much this pic has taken me. The use of the colors and light are unique and powerful.
    I would very much like it if you could find time to contact me as I would with your permission like to use this pic on my website which is currently under development and on some business cards flyers and menus for a new business idea i am experimenting with. I of coures would be more than happy to leave the info of your name and dates etc on all which would in turn grow awereness of you. And I also would be happy to give you a link on my site when it has been compleated.
    Please feel free to contact me anytime.
    Riel Sibley
    Tel 07919 508 098
    work 01932 849 949

    September 10, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterRiel Sibley


    My name is Moon, I am Chilean
    go by this place and I love this picture, this beautiful one...

    WoOw...pasate por mi fotoloG!

    January 30, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterLuna Paz Huerta Cornejo

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