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Thread: How do you take a pic so it

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    Senior Member Crazy Quiltin Robin's Avatar
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    shows the gold on this quilt ...... just finished it today .....
    and took several pics goes to the longarm tomorrow and
    when it comes back I will take some close ups bacause it has gold all through it and the fabric is soooooo pretty

    yes I have changed from my usual scrappy 30's fabric .... I made this for my friend from Cambodia
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    WOW, not enough words to describe that. Great job.

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    I can see the gold. The quilt is beautiful.

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    don't know about taking pics... but I know your quilt is really pretty!! wow!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    I can see the gold. The quilt is beautiful.
    Can you tell that all but one fabric is highlighted in gold?????

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    Beautiful quilt. Love the chose of fabric.

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    I LOVE IT!
    I have this pattern ...but different fabrics to make it up. It is a great pattern for panels.

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    Very pretty. She will be delighted with it. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy Quiltin Robin
    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    I can see the gold. The quilt is beautiful.
    Can you tell that all but one fabric is highlighted in gold?????
    To be honest I can't tell which one doesn't have it. Now if I was on the computer I might be able to tell.

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    closer to the quilt and at a tilt...so the your not directly at it. Make sense?

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    That is beautiful.

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    great quilt --try without the flash

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    Beautiful!!!!! I recognize that fabric---Robert Kaufman Imperial Collection, and you are right, it is beautiful with the gold thread running through it.

    Your quilt is absolutely gorgeous, and you did a great job.

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    Nice job :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    just beautiful.Love the colors

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    This is really, really pretty.

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    Try taking the picture with someone holding it up outdoors. The sunlight may make a difference for you.

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    It is beautiful!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spartan quilter
    WOW, not enough words to describe that. Great job.
    ditto

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    Pics in the sunlight do best I think. This is gorgeous!!! Thank you for sharing.

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    Try a different lighting situation, maybe morning light. It is gorgeous.

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    If your camera has a Macro setting, try that to show the gold.

    It's a beautiful quilt! I love that pattern.

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    It is very beautiful! :thumbup:

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    It's lovely, can't wait to see it after you quilt it.

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