Turning Archive 2005

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Photographing chatoyance? *PIC*

Carole in VA
>I know you can't capture the "movement", but I have seen some photos that do a pretty good job of capturing the "light" How do they do that and not get glare? This is a piece of Koa that Doug Leite sent me and the chatoyance is beautiful but in a pic it looks drab.

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