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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

I spotted these old law books sitting on a shelf in our studio prop room and decided to use them for a blog shot.

To create the warm color two tungsten lights were used  --  one on each side of the books.  By narrowing the barn doors on the lights the light was kept very direction with soft shadows.

All images were photographed with the Nikon D3x.  For this image the aperture was f/22 for maximum depth of field.  The rest of the photos were shot around f/5.6 to keep the background a little soft.

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