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Titanium necklace


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Titanium necklace :-)

...now with new pictures


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  1. pearlsandme aka Monica
    pearlsandme aka Monica says:

    WOWZE! This is cool and unusual! Would love to wear it! What is it, a stone? (I’m not much good at stones, if it isn’t jasper…) What kind of chains do you use? And again, I can only half figure how you got everything together!
    About the photos: the first and last are really clear and good, but the dressed-up one is kinda fun, you see better how it wears. But the camera clearly has trouble with the contrasts of dark and light surfaces. Wonder how directing the light from below, onto the black surface, would work? Try a white reflecting sheet of paper, for example?

  2. Copenhagen Statement
    Copenhagen Statement says:

    Yes, I know. The pictures are terrible! I took like 30 pictures and only two of them came out right.

    It is a titanium agate druzy stone. That means an agte that has been given a titanium coating. I loove these stones. They are so shiny and cool.

    A white reflecting paper? What is that?

  3. Gail Layne
    Gail Layne says:

    Oooooo! Fabulous!! I’d love wearing this as well.

    What kind of camera do you have?

  4. SquirrelGirl aka Angela
    SquirrelGirl aka Angela says:

    Wow, this piece is quite spectacular as are all of your works.
    I agree with Monica that you should try directing the light from below. I don’t know what type of camera you are using but I know with mine I over expose the shot to get a brighter color and so the background isn’t so blue. I also use the Windows software or Paint.net to brighten the pick and bring out the hues. Try that! Ron is a professional photographer and has taught me all I know about photography so if you need any additional advise he and I will be glad to help.

  5. Copenhagen Statement
    Copenhagen Statement says:

    Dear Angela,

    Thank you soo much for your kindness!

    I know a guy who works as an phogographer, and I have contacted him and asked how to sharpen the photos and how to avoid the background getting blue instead of White.

    He is Danish and I think it will make it easier for my to understand the more technical explination in danish :-)

  6. Asia
    Asia says:

    Fantastic piece, love the druzy, white balance, ask the guy how to set it every time you take a picture :D

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