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posted : 2005.Jul.14 @ 12.33pm
delicate.







posted : 2005.Jul.21 @ 1.41pm
ang and becky those are really nice!

ok at last i'm getting round to posting these:


























posted : 2005.Jul.26 @ 10.03am
Wow....Mark your colours ALWAYS pop! Very Happy Always a pleasure.


I finally got my Macro lens (Sigma 50mm F2.8 EX) and am at last getting out to practice with it. I think the biggest things I have to get used to is the F-stops.

Regardless...here's my offering....(Advices welcome)

1. Hide and Seek?


2. This plant has eyes...


3. My Mom thinks I'm cute...


4. COLOUR!


5. Stepping into focus...







posted : 2005.Jul.26 @ 12.52pm
scotty those are all amazing!!!

all perfectly in focus too!!!!







posted : 2005.Jul.28 @ 4.43am
Thanks Becky! I've been watching the unfolding of your new lens, and just had to get out there with mine now that I have it. Very Happy







posted : 2005.Jul.28 @ 4.40pm
yea, of course scotty... those are all really awesome, i cant believe how youve brought out a personality in each bug. Very Happy















posted : 2005.Aug.02 @ 1.17pm







posted : 2005.Aug.02 @ 1.20pm







posted : 2005.Aug.04 @ 1.02pm
scotty cheers Wink

wow scotty and becky you two are really hitting us with these macro shots. Cheers melo, great stuff too!

Just a couple for you:






ok three Very Happy







posted : 2005.Aug.11 @ 8.11pm


and a few days later...








posted : 2005.Aug.11 @ 9.51pm
sandbag that last is just Cheers Very Happy







posted : 2005.Aug.18 @ 7.07am
I agree...sunflower of perfection! Smile


Mushroom Collective


Can anyone please help me get more of my images into focus DOF-wise? I'd appreciate some tricks of the the trade. I'm struggling with my F-stops sometimes. Wink







posted : 2005.Aug.18 @ 11.25am
Smaller aperature man. Stop that bad boy down. Down to like f/11 or more.
This'll reduce the amount of light coming in.. so a slower shutter speed or higher ISO is needed.
And perhaps a tripod.. if there's not much light outside.

That's an awesome picture BTW.
It'd be interesting to see people post their EXIF data with the pictures.. so we can see the settings used. You can learn a lot that way.

Very Happy






    

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