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    Window Light Fruit and Vegetables

    Here are a few fruits and vegetables by the kitchen window light. So what do you think? Do you have any thing like this? Post them here if you do. If not take some and post them. Looking forward to what you come up with.
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    Re: Window Light Fruit and Vegetables

    I don't have any but that first tomato shot makes me hungry for fresh cherry tomatoes.
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    Re: Window Light Fruit and Vegetables

    The last shot has my mouth watering.
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    Re: Window Light Fruit and Vegetables

    Zing! that lemon sure looks tangy. Makes my teeth hurt.
    Are you using a macro lens OT?
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    Re: Window Light Fruit and Vegetables

    Nice series, that 3rd shot is great!

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    Re: Window Light Fruit and Vegetables

    Very nice! I have one... lol

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    Re: Window Light Fruit and Vegetables

    Quote Originally Posted by Singletracklovr
    Zing! that lemon sure looks tangy. Makes my teeth hurt.
    Are you using a macro lens OT?

    I actually used three different lenses during this little impromptu session with the fruits and vegetables. I started with the 50 f1.8 moved to the 28-70 f2.8 and then finished up with the 100 f2.8 macro. I was just fooling around killing time waiting for Joy to get dinner ready. My goal was to use window light for something other than portraits. I don't remember off hand which shots were with which lens I'll have to go back and check.
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    Re: Window Light Fruit and Vegetables

    [QUOTE=AmberC]Very nice! I have one... lol

    Yep I like that. It sure fits the thread. Thanks for sharing it Amber.
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