Psychodelic Baggie
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I wanted to see what kind of colors and patterns I could get by cross polarizing a baggie I stretched, tore and twisted in various ways. For the light source I used a Porta-Trace light box with 5000k florescent bulbs and a sheet of linear polarized plastic on top of it. A Tiffen linear polarizer was on the lens.
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Camera: Nikon D810
Lens & Filters: 105mm f2.8 AF on MF; PN-11 Extention tube; Tiffen linear polarizer filter
Film and/or ISO: ISO LO 1.0
Aperture: f32
Shutter speed: 4 seconds
Location: At night in dark room.
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