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    1. Bret Konsdorf [deleted] 74 months ago | reply

      great work, love the description on the blog. Did it with a point and shoot and improvised with the room and folder. thats why you are the man haha

    2. brianwolk 74 months ago | reply

      Why is this in the Nikon pools? It says you took it with a Panasonic.

    3. ski 9 74 months ago | reply

      Creative, warm shot. Bounce flash strikes again...Nikon or Panasonic.

      I'm an admin for 1,000 Invitational, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    4. Ryan Brenizer 74 months ago | reply

      Darn ... Force of habit.

    5. Patryaaa 74 months ago | reply

      superbh shot

    6. Prmod Bafna 74 months ago | reply

      Very well done, as always :)

    7. 45street | www.victorpuig.com 74 months ago | reply

      Beautiful. I like your blog !

    8. JRPhotographyBC 74 months ago | reply

      That was done on your LX3? How cool is that...

    9. Asymmetrical Starfish 73 months ago | reply

      You wouldn't happen to know the designer of the rings, do you?

    10. Kelsey Wildstone 72 months ago | reply

      cool photo. thanks for the setup info in your blog!!!

    11. mie abdullah 68 months ago | reply

      LX3 my choice of compact camera

    12. myshengwei 66 months ago | reply

      what kind of lens did you use?

    13. rufatagayev 62 months ago | reply

      Is this kind of DoF possible with LX3?!! I am in the process of ordering one and this makes me want it even more!

    14. Roberto Montalbano 43 months ago | reply

      Too bad many of your old links don't work anymore :( I love learning from you. Ciao :)

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