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  • Across the Galaxy

    I have been experimenting with silver-rich glass.



    Terrible to photograph because they are morror-shiny! Spot the camera!
    Heather
    Artisan Glass Beads & Jewellery
    www.BumpyBeads.co.uk
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/BumpyBeads

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    They are stunning beads I wouldn't be able to part with them!
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    • #3
      They are lovely.

      Well done

      Jane
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      • #4
        They really appeal to the magpie in me, ooohhh...shiny....

        Melanie

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        • #5
          They are gorgeous
          Chris xx
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          • #6
            Very pretty, love the oil on water effect!!!!!!
            Diane
            Reach for the moon-if you miss-you'll still be amongst stars




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            • #7
              Hi
              I dooooo love them they look gorgeous.
              Jacki
              ***I can't promise you the MOON, but I can promise SPARKLE.***

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              • #8
                really lovely!
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                • #9
                  Now those are quite something!

                  OMG Shiny and cameras. tell me about it!

                  AnnieAnna

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                  • #10
                    oooh they look scrummy

                    I love your beads as you know
                    Elinor
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by AnnieAnna View Post
                      Now those are quite something!

                      OMG Shiny and cameras. tell me about it!

                      AnnieAnna
                      I would suggest taking the picture from further away, setting your camera to it's highest quality setting, then crop and enlarge the resulting photo.. with the camera so far away, it should appear less obvious in the reflection?? - or of course use photoshop to erase the camera

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                      • #12
                        ooh, gorgeous beads!
                        Helen
                        Independent Stampin Up! Demonstrator
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by sparkysdad View Post
                          I would suggest taking the picture from further away, setting your camera to it's highest quality setting, then crop and enlarge the resulting photo.. with the camera so far away, it should appear less obvious in the reflection?? - or of course use photoshop to erase the camera
                          Good tip, the only thing is, I can only get the detail of the bead from a close-up macro shot. Also, if I enlarge a photo taken from further away I lose the quality. I don't like to photoshop my pics unless I really have to.

                          The best way I've found to minimise reflections is to use a light tent, but as I have no studio lights I can only use it on a sunny day. One day I shall invest in some lights
                          Heather
                          Artisan Glass Beads & Jewellery
                          www.BumpyBeads.co.uk
                          http://www.etsy.com/shop/BumpyBeads

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Bumpy Beads View Post
                            Good tip, the only thing is, I can only get the detail of the bead from a close-up macro shot. Also, if I enlarge a photo taken from further away I lose the quality. I don't like to photoshop my pics unless I really have to.
                            I have some photos taken on a macro setting and I had to photoshop out the reflection. I thnk it's ok if you are just removing an unwanted reflection and not trying to manipulate the appearance of the product.

                            Caroline
                            silver jewellery at The Silver Jewellery Workshop
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                            • #15
                              super stunning beads !!

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