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Hi ALL,

Today, I did something, I always wanted to do .... shooting a light bulb with a glowing filament.

SD14 + 105mm MACRO

Enjoy!

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See you with nice pictures

Klaus
 

laurence2

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NICE Klaus!

I've noticed with my SD-14, that the blues are very rich and true-to-life. Do you find that to be the case also?
 

foveonfan

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Klaus, your reputation for creative pics is quite glowing and that is a bright idea. You regularly light this forum up with your art.

Sincere regards, Jim R
 

laurence2

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Klaus, your reputation for creative pics is quite glowing and that is a bright idea. You regularly light this forum up with your art.

Sincere regards, Jim R

Pretty good, Jim! :z04_yes:

At the very least, Klaus' art is illuminating, and he is shining a light on the capabilities of the Sigma. Or...is this just a spectre of my imagination? Perhaps, when it comes to my brain, it is "lights out"? :z04_kos:
 

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Hi All,

Thanks for the comments ... well this is certeinly not a masterpiece of photography ... I just always wanted to test this ... well now I did it.

@ Uwe:

Well observed! Certainly I "dimmed" the light bulb. Actually, it is a 12V H4 bulb.

I used an adjustable low voltage DC power supply unit to have the filament glowing just dimly. Otherwise it would have outshined thhe bulb's glass.

See you with nice pictures

Klaus
 
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