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Old 12-27-2011   #21
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Re the photo, I'm a bit wary of doing anything commercial with a photo that uses someone else's artwork in it (ie the christmas cards)

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Ah, true. But with the method, even Windows fonts and clipart would look good!
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Old 12-31-2011   #22
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Wow, I'm in awe.
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Old 12-31-2011   #23
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Brain, very cool shots. I am a beginner and have a stupid question . . . what did you mean when you said you were able to "wedge" the card behind the water droplets? How did you do that? I'm confused and would love to know how you pulled this off. Karma coming to you!
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Amazing shots!! I just love them.
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Thanks again for the kind comments

lticknor I took the shots in the garden, The web strand with the raindrops on it was hanging across the gap between two water barrels. With the help of some bluTac, I was able to part stick and part wedge the cards behind the drops in the gap between the two barrels.

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