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  1. #12991
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    jennifer, both your snow images are beautiful however i think they;ve been considerabley oversharpened...or something. the finer branches look very strange to me.
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  2. #12992
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    I agree with Rooz.
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  3. #12993
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    Finally, broke down and went macro.... Dang bug photos. However, I figured that I should start with the basics (especially since there are very few bugs around here).
    lovely colours. whats the blue in the background ?
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  4. #12994
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    Finally, broke down and went macro.... Dang bug photos.
    Now you did it, you'll soon realize there are more bugs
    around than you thought. Nice start with the flower macro
    - Rich

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  5. #12995
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    Congrats TNB on the purchase.

    Can't believe it's your 1st macro. I can never get as many stamens that sharp like you managed. I agree with Rawpaw, you'll see bugs everywhere from now on, in fact look carefully at the next flower and you'll see tiny bugs on it.
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  6. #12996
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    jennifer, both your snow images are beautiful however i think they;ve been considerabley oversharpened...or something. the finer branches look very strange to me.
    Yeah I agree...they do look weird here on the site. The photos don't look that way though on my computer. huh? I will post another one later on today and we will see how it looks.
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  7. #12997
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    By popular demand... more tennis. What should have been the worst day due to weather conditions briefly turned out to be one of the best days:





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  8. #12998
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    Keep 'em comin' Eddie. Fantastic shots

  9. #12999
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    Thanks for the comments.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    lovely colours. whats the blue in the background ?
    I'm not really sure though it may be the reflection from what appears to be a clear vase. Perhaps, the "flash" lighting simply gave off a blue tint. I didn't have on a blue shirt, the nearby wall was gray, the ceiling white, the table red with brown wood trim, the chairs dark red, and neither cat has a blue coat, etc. I had two small speedlights on the R1C1 kit and hand holding both a SB-900 and SB-800 with the white bounce cards out. I was trying to bounce light everywhere since I figured I'd rather look like a dummy at home than out and about later at the conservatory or in the field.
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    Heres one of my oldest. She wanted a pic for her FB page.


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