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watching the Syo-Ro fall out of the feed of this #3776 like a waterfall was so satisfying I just felt compelled to take a Photograph! upon browsing through the first few pages of the FPN Photography forum I still hadn't found a place for it, so here we go:

 

What are some satisfying moments of being a Fountain Pen user that you've managed to capture?

 

 

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-Kieran

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I've never photographed this happening but think it is a pretty cool effect, Nice pic!

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watching the Syo-Ro fall out of the feed of this #3776 like a waterfall was so satisfying I just felt compelled to take a Photograph! upon browsing through the first few pages of the FPN Photography forum I still hadn't found a place for it, so here we go:

 

What are some satisfying moments of being a Fountain Pen user that you've managed to capture?

 

 

30620504061_f31a455b12_b.jpg

 

-Kieran

Oh my. . .

 

Love it ❤️

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Thanks @Tas !

 

 

Wow. What kind camera do you use?

Hi Pelikan

I work for music festivals here in Australia as a photog, so my equipment's not really the best for this. but it was shot was on a Nikon D700 with a kit 18-55mm lens from my girlfriends camera, and an iphone torch propped up just out of frame for backlighting. Those little kit lenses have become powerhouses in the last few years!

 

-Kieran

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