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Quartz, like you've never seen it before

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This is a straight photograph. No photoshop manipulation whatsoever. And yes, I saw it like this before I shot it...

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marye's picture
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what kind of lens

do you use to get that effect?

marye's picture
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or filter, or whatever...

anyway, it's really cool!

TheStripey1's picture
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filter

It's 2 multi image filters put together,. I have 3-, 4-, and 5-way filters as well as some others. Unfortunately, none of them fit on my digitial camera.

As always, the color/light source is refracted sunlight.

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the camera

OBTW, I used a Nikon FE2 with a 52mm micro lens for most of my photographic art. It, the camera tha is, has long since been "retired".

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I know what you mean...

Just last month after a decade of wanting one I got a digital SLR that uses my old lenses. Woo hoo! I'm still getting the hang of it and it has dozens of features I'll never use, but woo hoo nonetheless. Your pix are definitely giving me ideas.

Too bad the EOS doesn't use the really good lens from my A1 though. Too old to have any electronics in it.

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This Artwork

makes me think of Led Zeppelin. Right on :-)

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Quartz, like you've never seen it before