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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

I was setting up just to do a shot of some chemistry beakers against a backdrop of the periodic table when I noticed how the table was focused in the beakers.  So I altered the light and focus to emphasize the reflection.  Shot with the Nikon D3x and 85mm tilt-shift Nikkor lens. Although the two beakers were on different planes, I was able to give the lens a sideways tilt to keep both reflections in focus even with the lens aperture wide open.

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