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    One day you dreamt about making sporrans...

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    That's stunning!

    I need to get a place on your backlog, maybe by the time I get to the top I'll have figured out a way to pay you for your work. LOL
    "Life is one great, big, kilt friendly event. Put it on, go forth, be awesome." - ratspike

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    Scott, I have watched you and your creations develop from the very start. Although not all of your sporrans have been my cup of tea, I have always admired the workmanship and dedication to your craft. Your work with hair sporrans, leather sporrans brass, cantles and now silver cantles shows the passion that you have and the desire learn more. Good one mate and I hope your wish comes true one day. You have a standing order for a copy of your book from me, Cheers ( Full disclosure - I am the owner of wo of Scotts creations.)
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    Beautiful cantle Scott and a Pictish conversation piece. You really are multi-talented.
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    That Man to Man, the world o'er,
    Shall brothers be for a' that. - RB

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    Scott:

    Like the rest, I too am very impressed.

    To the photographing (and taking a completely different direction of the thread) of the cantle - I don't know what you are using to light it with but if you polarize the light and the lens (yes, you need to do the lights too) then you can remove any reflection from the polished surfaces.

    Sincerely,
    Chris Shepherd

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    Just... wow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLHS209 View Post
    Scott:

    Like the rest, I too am very impressed.

    To the photographing (and taking a completely different direction of the thread) of the cantle - I don't know what you are using to light it with but if you polarize the light and the lens (yes, you need to do the lights too) then you can remove any reflection from the polished surfaces.

    Sincerely,
    Chris Shepherd
    Mmmm, Thank you for that. I may have to look into a few square feet of polarized theatrical gels. I'll have to mock something up for the camera lens though, it doesn't have a threaded or bayonet attachment point for a filter.

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    artificer Pronunciation: \är-ˈti-fə-sər, ˈär-tə-fə-sər\ : noun : 14th century :a skilled or artistic worker or craftsman
    Artificer Custom Sporrans
    *Home of the Original Kenneth MacLeay Sporran Project & Functional Brass Cantles*

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