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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

This display of radishes and salt was laid out at a party I attended.  It was during the day with enough daylight to capture an available light photo with the 35mm f/2 lens on a Nikon D7000 at a moderate ISO of 400. 

Moving to the side enabled me to achieve a back lit vertical shot that put more emphasis on the two types of salt.  I found a piece of crumpled tin foil in the kitchen and placed it in front of the scene to add some fill that brightened up the dark shadows.

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