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Tutorials and Resources
- Levitate small objects: [link]

Materials and Methods
Nikon D80 + Tamron 90mm F2.8 + timer + IR remote. The mini rubix cube was hung with string. GIMP for post editing. Curves for color balancing. Added a blue layer set to Overlay. Darkened highlights.

Additional Comments
Sorry for the bad facial expression :lol: My wrist look weird :XD: Resizing the photo made the mini rubix cube's stickers look somewhat weird :/

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Image size
670x600px 215.9 KB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D80
Shutter Speed
10/6400 second
Aperture
F/3.2
Focal Length
90 mm
ISO Speed
1600
Date Taken
Apr 19, 2010, 6:27:22 PM
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kurosakiiHobbyist Photographer
Hello! This work has been featured: [link] :w00t!:
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ChocolatecookiecrumbHobbyist Photographer
This is cool, nice idea and very well done :)
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kelly105Student Photographer
can u pleaasee tell me how you did this ??? :)
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JeanFanHobbyist Photographer
read the artist's comments ;)
DemoDA's avatar
Awesome! Just one thing, maybe a little less satuation and more graininess for the rubix cube - then its retro ;D
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Jashin4HidanHobbyist Traditional Artist
*holy music comes on*
CherryBoxer's avatar
Feels like a slight difference of colour-scheme between the cube and you, but that's just something with the focus, I guess.

Love it! I adore how much you work with your hands. It's great.
Gloco's avatar
very inspiring :love:
IhaveanAlibi's avatar
I think the expression looks good >3<. Very ...surprised?
That's actually the main reason I love the photo! :heart:
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contra-rawrHobbyist Digital Artist
what a cool concept, and i love the colors! wonderful photography :)
anjaliii's avatar
it makes me think of everything spinning out of control. being so close but so out of reach. beautiful. x
since91's avatar
since91Hobbyist Photographer
featured in my journal. :) [link]
Courtine's avatar
CourtineHobbyist Traditional Artist
If only puzzles were this easy......then it WOULD be problem solved
KeroOx's avatar
ahah excellent concept ! :D
oyah's avatar
beautifully executed. wonderful idea. :clap:
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VintageSocksStudent Filmographer
I've never actually finished wunna those. I've seen people do it in less than two minutes and it frustrates me.
Cool concept, good picture.
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I think your hands/wrists look slightly odd partly due to the perspective (hands much closer to camera than face) as well as the crop.
Great set up nonetheless!

If both your hands are in the shot...what were you pressing the remote with?!
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JeanFanHobbyist Photographer
I used a self timer with the remote. So my remote triggered a two second timer which leaves me enough time to drop the remote and pose ;)
lucky-april's avatar
Nice. I need to do a few more self portraits soon - I've just got a camera that allows me to use my remote again! :)
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