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  1. #11
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    That is my point if your background turned grey inside the camera either you did something wrong or your camera is faulty or you need a better camera

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    Quote Originally Posted by china View Post
    That is my point if your background turned grey inside the camera either you did something wrong or your camera is faulty or you need a better camera
    You should try photographing a single pearl and then tell me that.
    Author: Pearls A Practical Guide
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    I have to admit I have never photographed a single pearl on a white background it is a challenge I will have to take up I will let you know the results either way.

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    Single WHITE pearl
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    Here is a cheap pearl from my box, photographed on white.
    The background is a piece of photographic plastic, all the way from china.
    1.Exposure compensation, 2.unedited, 3. edited, 4 background whitened further. Dennis.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 1.Pearl on white exposure compensation.jpg   2.Pearl on white unedited.jpg   3.Pearl on white edited.jpg   4.Pearl on white, edited, bacground whitened.jpg  

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