4 photographs for C&C

Discussion in 'Macro Photography' started by stevemunoz, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. stevemunoz

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    This was my first attempt working with off camera flash while doing Macro photography. Not all that creative of shots, but these were my picks.

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    Let me know what you think. Be honest, I have thick skin.

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    they are all pretty good except the purple thing nothing is in focus so i dont know where took almost a headache picture
     
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    First three are really good. Lighting looks very well dialed in especially on the candle wick shot. Not real sure what number 4 even is and as was said in the above reply, it is OOF.
     
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    The picture looks like they are purple crayons maybe??
     
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    Thanks for the replies. The fourth shot was me just playing around. It is actually a rubber dog hair brush. Its more abstract than macro, and I just wanted to throw it in there to see what people would say.

    I can't wait to get my wireless triggers. I was limited in my shots this time around because I was on a tether that didn't let me move the light that far off the camera.

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