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Photocopied an enlarged dollar sign on to overhead projector transparency, then attached the transparency to a light panel.  Any design you can photocopy can be turned into a catch light very quickly using this technique.  Simple and bold designs work the best. Also, the larger the design/light panel, the further away the design can be from the subject.

Photocopied an enlarged dollar sign on to overhead projector transparency, then attached the transparency to a light panel. Any design you can photocopy can be turned into a catch light very quickly using this technique. Simple and bold designs work the best. Also, the larger the design/light panel, the further away the design can be from the subject.

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