1st attempt

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  1. Xmetal

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    This be my first stab at Macro shooting...

    Camera: Canon Powershot S45
    Shutter Speed: 1/25
    Appeture: F3.5
    ISO: 50

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    I'm still learning so any suggestions on how to get a sharper image would be greatly accepted. :D

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    Here's my second stab...

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    Speed: 1/250
    Appeture: F2.8
    ISO: 50
     
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    I'm going to give you full marks purely for superb taste in sun glasses... I like the Xmetal series myself but they look a bit silly on me so I have Straightjackets for when I ride my bike and A wires for when I want to look a bit special. (thats special in a good way)! :)
     
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    Or are they Splice? It's hard to tell you zoomed in too far lol!
     
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    They're 'Plate' Oakleys. :)

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    Best pair of Sunnies i've ever bought! :D :D
     
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    Nice color and dof on the first two. But I really like the b&w, the filled in shadow makes the picture.
     
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    Ok try a brighter environment, with a smaller aperature size (the smaller the sharper u will get), and a fast shutter speed (helps reduce the chances of capturing with ur hand shaking)... and a faster film, try and use 100. I personally like 100, but for certain things u need 400 or above. :)
     

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