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Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D60
Shutter Speed
10/300 second
Aperture
F/5.6
Focal Length
50 mm
ISO Speed
400
Date Taken
Nov 10, 2008, 4:10:03 PM
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Bee Necklace by johannachambers Bee Necklace by johannachambers
The bee image in this necklace is [link]
by :iconeden-stock:
It's printed out and between two soldered pieces of glass and the rest is glass beads.
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UniquelyYours Nov 25, 2008
Really unique and fun!! I love the colors and the imagery-
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theRopes Nov 11, 2008  Professional Photographer
do you have stuff available for sale?
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chamberstock Nov 13, 2008   General Artist
Yup!
I have only recently started an Etsy account:
[link]
There are only a few things up till I have enough time to post more, but lots of my jewelry on dA I intend to sell so if there is anything you are interested in feel free to ask! :D
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theRopes Nov 15, 2008  Professional Photographer
I looked at your Esty page..nice presentation, btw

your stuff is wayyy too cheap...I wanna buy a few things before you catch on.

let me look at what you got, girl..
I'll get back to you on this, ok?

Respectfully,
Terry
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chamberstock Nov 21, 2008   General Artist
Glad you like them! I'm trying to take better photos of jewelry... wish my stock pictures would turn out as good. New camera is confusing to me. The stuff I put there will vary a lot in price according to my materials costs... some are more expensive with new materials, some are cheaper with recycled materials. :D
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theRopes Nov 21, 2008  Professional Photographer
perhaps I could help you out of some confusion with the camera?

are you shooting with manual settings?

also, the creations using recycled materials may be seen as more valuable...just trying to confuse you more ;)
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chamberstock Nov 21, 2008   General Artist
These were on auto after some failed attempts to use the manual settings. I looked at photos here on dA that were taken indoors and looked like a similar setup to mine, and wrote down all the numbers f stop and ISO and shutter speed and all of that. Then I put those numbers into my camera and got... black rectangles. I don't understand! :(
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theRopes Nov 22, 2008  Professional Photographer
hey..the images I saw were of very good quality...although most any image will benefit from a little tweaking in Photoshop or similar app.

we are actually better off letting the camera do the thinking, except in extreme close-ups and some lighting situations.

btw...I am impressed with the manipulations using your images featured in your 'fav' gallery...some is masterful work.

congrats!
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chamberstock Nov 24, 2008   General Artist
People have made some amazing stuff!!!
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