3 for C+C please....

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  1. sparetime

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    3 for C+C please....Thank you!!


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    wow those ae incredibly sharp. good work.
     
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    Thanks rusty9 -

    I took these hand held (no tripod) with a old Nikkor 200mm micro....I was very happy with the result indeed.
     
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    love the bold colors
     
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    D-B-J Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    was a flash used? lighting seems a little too harsh for me..
     
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    I, too, tend to think the lighting is too harsh. It works on the photo with the fly, though. But the two flowers are very harshly lit.
     
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    At least they are very sharp! That's a good start. Just tone down the flash and you'll be fine!
     
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    No flash was used...just natural light. Maybe my monitor is off, butt the lighting doesn't seem harsh to me....Thanks for your input though...much appreciated.
     
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    I think it's the PP that makes it appear as if you had flash. Especially #1 and #3 look a bit harsh. In #3 you can see the shadows of the little sticky things on the petals. I totally believe that this could have been because of the sun light but then you must have cranked up the saturation. IT also has strong contrast which could mislead to believe that there was a flash involved.

    Anyhow, nice pics to look at.
     
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    What do you mean when you say PP?
     

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