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    Albino stuff on a mirror on black - the right way!

    No "phone app" here. This was done with a full size mirror laid as a table, with a camera brought to near ground level mounted with 2 powerful speed lights off angle and in separate ratios. Feeding night was the other night so I didn't get the chance to work with many of my snakes, but I did take these three, not bad for a first attempt, I think.


    Albino Western Hognose, female


    Snow (Anery / Albino) BCI female, early 2012


    And lastly, Peaches. My Kahl Strain Sunglow Male.

    Once my Motley Albino sheds in a day or two, as well as my Goldenchild Jampea retic, I'll get them on the mirror and add to it! Thumbs up for more, comments about technique and questions appreciated.

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    Re: Albino stuff on a mirror on black - the right way!

    Idk what you just said about the lights and stuff, but those pics are SWEET! Good job! I especially loved the snow.

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    *0.1 Mojave *0.1 Pinstripe *0.1 Bumblebee *1.0 Super pastel butter *1.0 Mojave orange ghost *0.3 100% het orange ghosts *0.1 Pastel 50% het orange ghost *1.1 PE Lemonback fires *1.0 Fire *0.1 Pastel *1.0 Albino *0.1 Spider 100% het albino
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    *1.0 Anery motley corn *G. rosea tarantula *G. pulchripes *P. metallica *0.0.2 A. versicolor *C. cyaneopubescens *A. geniculata *B. smithi *B. boehmei *Nhandu chromatus *H. maculata *C. marshalli *1.0 Australian shepherd mix

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    Very nice!

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    Stunning pictures! I love Peaches!
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    Thanks guys! Next round of shots should come out a lot better. This was mainly a trial run, but I have an idea how to make it perfected ;-)

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    Motley Tiger het albino, female reticulated python! So excited for this girl to be in my collection with the Super Motley proving out this year. She's 1 year old and growing fast!
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    These are wonderful! I have to get a new camera to try and experiment with this technique. Definitely a stunning technique with your gorgeous animals! Well done

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    Couple more after sheds last night . . .


    Pied Ball Python


    And Kahl Albino Motley BCI female (2013)
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    Re: Albino stuff on a mirror on black - the right way!

    ok man you gotta stop! I thought I only had to drool over your retics! now I gotta be jealous of your boas too? life isn't fair! lol
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    Happy Herping!!!!

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    Albino stuff on a mirror on black - the right way!

    Don't worry when I get back from Ecuador at the end of may I will get to make the Retic world jealous again!


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