A little macro practice

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  1. black2892

    black2892 TPF Noob!

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  2. TJ K

    TJ K No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    What lens were these taken with? They don't seem Macro to me.
     
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    These look like close up snap shots. Not really Macro. Which lens are you using?
     
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    what the hell is that bug on the tree? jesus im scared.
     
  5. Ron Evers

    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    First two are over exposed, last one is I think a shield bug/stink bug.

    Close-ups not macros.
     
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    this doesnt look like macro to me.
     
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    You are correct. Theyre harmless. Here is one from the front.
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    i wud of liked to seen #3 much closer!

    fill the frame with ur subject. believe me it works wonders!
     
  9. Stormchase

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    I know your not asking for CC really but like Ron stated above. The first 2 are overexposed and blowing out the whites. I alwas under expose whites a little when i shoot. The third lacks. Cool subject! Just there is a lot outside of the subject. If you cant really get closer maybe try to move the milipede (?) to an area with a more intresting surounding. That is if you cant get closer. I would have got one the ground with the camera on the ground and shot with a VERY shallow DoF to take care of the background. The last one i like. A bit over exposed but It tells a story to me. "The Journey". That bug looks huge too! Much bigger then the ones i get here. :thumbup:
     

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