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Re: Fly Photography

2007/8/20 19:46
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I have pretty good results with an off-white (very neutral) background, my vise light directly over the fly, a work light slightly in front of and above the vise light. With the camera set on macro, mounted in/on a tripod, move the camera in as close as you can without casting any shadows on the subject and zooming in the rest of the way. Set the timer and voila! If I can do it, anyone can.
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Posted on: 2008/3/14 12:16

Re: Fly Photography

2007/5/16 11:03
From Lancaster County
Posts: 5
Fishtank, how did you do those photos with nothing holding the fly? How did you make it look like it is floating?

Posted on: 2008/3/14 16:28

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