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It was really hard to capture this guy since the glow factor is low and with enough room light to see what it is (meaning what amp it is) the glow was nearly gone from the picture.

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Don't mind if I do:

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Edited by TMRaven - 4/25/11 at 8:50pm
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Despite the way it looks, this was taken at night :)  My new WA2

 

WA2 close-up

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Despite the way it looks, this was taken at night :)  

 

 

=O
 

 

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You have plenty of light there! increase the F-stop number to increase your depth of field.  Only the second tube is in focus, more tubes more tubes, LOL
 

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Despite the way it looks, this was taken at night :)  My new WA2

 

 



 

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Arrrrrrrrrrrrr, Wedge, your beautiful pic is killing me....................................biggrin.gif
 

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WA-5

 

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Dannie - You got a beautiful amp too!  You should see the amp now with Chelmer CV575 for Rectifiers, just beautiful.

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Dannie - You got a beautiful amp too!  You should see the amp now with Chelmer CV575 for Rectifiers, just beautiful.



Thank you, Wedge. I found these on internet, what do you think?

 

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Thank you, Wedge. I found these on internet, what do you think?

 

 


The same ones that I have in right now.  They just look beautiful.

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=O
 

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You have plenty of light there! increase the F-stop number to increase your depth of field.  Only the second tube is in focus, more tubes more tubes, LOL
 

Thanks for the nice comments (expressions?) :)

 

Actually the only light comes from a 13 watt fluorescent bulb directed to the room's ceiling to indirectly light the room. It was the long exposure time (with a tripod, naturally) that made it come out so bright.

 

I narrowed the depth of field intentionally, but I'll certainly take a couple more with the tubes in focus this afternoon when I come back from work to post more glowing tubes :)

 

 

@Wedge: I concur with dannie01, that WA5 looks like it came out of a dream.

 

@dannie01: Those rectifiers look really nice!! I bet they look much better when glowing in a WA6

 

cheers!

 

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Ok, took some more pics of the WA2's fire bottles. I hope you like them :)

 

WA2 tube glow

 

WA2 tube glow close-up

 

WA2 driver power tube close-up

 

WA2 driver tubes close-up

 

WA2 tubes and volume knob close-up

 

cheers!

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I always struggling on how to take these kind of good pics like you guys did, anyway the WA2 looks wonderful, the_equalizer.

 

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Ok, took some more pics of the WA2's fire bottles. I hope you like them :)

 

WA2 tube glow

 

WA2 tube glow close-up

 

WA2 driver power tube close-up

 

WA2 driver tubes close-up

 

WA2 tubes and volume knob close-up

 

cheers!



 

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Thanks Dannie!  You just need a tripod (essential) and setup your camera for long exposure time, no flash, and timer-shot; it doesn't really matter if it's after 2 or 10 seconds, it's just so that you don't shake the camera body when pressing the button :)

 

cheers!

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That's the question. I'm too lazy to grab a tripod for my camera even it can be set to those setting you've just mentioned, thanks anyway.
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Thanks Dannie!  You just need a tripod (essential) and setup your camera for long exposure time, no flash, and timer-shot; it doesn't really matter if it's after 2 or 10 seconds, it's just so that you don't shake the camera body when pressing the button :)

 

cheers!



 

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