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0 comments | Wednesday, October 13, 2010

So, I took a photography class this summer to fill out my schedule a bit ... here are some picks from my final project (everyone had to take pictures of things that relate to food/eating in some way)
I had picked up some close up filters and had some pretty nice results with them.
I shot on a Canon Powershot s1-is with a filter adaptor.






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