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    1. Lancaster Today 76 months ago | reply

      How did you do this one? Are they sitting on a mirror or something?

    2. DaveBleasdale 76 months ago | reply

      I scanned them using a regular canon scanner. I leave the lid open. If it is day time you get a white background, if it is night-time (with the light switched off) you get a black background.

      I started scanning objects when I was between cameras and I haven't stopped. I like the high resolutions and the narrow depth of field. Things look real but strange.

      Simplez Huh.

    3. Lancaster Today 76 months ago | reply

      Ahhh, I see. Yes, very smart and great effect. Never would have guessed - not simple enough! ;)

    4. thomaswilliamdavidhughes 73 months ago | reply

      Hi there,

      I edit the home Matters site and used your picture to illlustrate a home security blog post.

      Take a look if you're interested.

      Home Matters team

    5. sarahdillon 68 months ago | reply

      Just a note to say I used this photo under its Creative Commons licence on my translation blog to illustrate a post about safety. Many thanks!

    6. zenzen_florentino 61 months ago | reply

      Nyahahaha! Brilliant... and impressive

    7. ZenAngie 57 months ago | reply

      Hi Dave.

      This is a great photo. Just to let you know I have used it under the creative commons licence to illustrate a post about web security on my blog:

      Many thanks for this.

    8. BestOnBiz 54 months ago | reply

      Thanks Dave, I really liked this image and used it at BestOnBiz, giving you credit - thanks again~!

    9. DarshikJ3 24 months ago | reply

      Hi David, Thank you for CC License, I have used this image on my blog with Credit and Link back to this page. Here's the post:

    10. jimmyfrank1 19 months ago | reply

      Great photo David, thanks for making it available - it will short be appearing on!

    11. DaveBleasdale 19 months ago | reply

      jimmyfrank1 - glad you like it, and thanks for the info.

    12. DaveBleasdale 18 months ago | reply

      Daniel Crompton - nice simple page design

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