After the Rain

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  1. idkhalid

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    Water droplet on grass after the rain.Shot using reverse lens technique
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    Cnc are welcome
     
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    wow, for a reverse macro shot that is amazing, (heck even for a full fledge macro lens it is amazing) very nice. how did you manage to keep it so still yet so low in the grass?
     
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    Wow a good pick. Great use of the reverse lens technique. Keep up the good work.
     
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    I like!
     
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    stunning shot!
     
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    Wow! Great clarity and I love how it fades to black
     
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    Excellent! Very, very sharp. What is this reverse-lens technique you all speak of? I've heard of it, but I'm not really sure what it is.
     
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    Its a technique to get a macro shot without spending on macro lens. Just by reversing existing lens ( usually kit lens or prime lens ) and adjust everything manually ( including focusing, aperture ). required a lot of patients, practice and creativity. Best is to shoot in RAW format so it can be adjust easily.
     
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    amazing shot
     
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    Is that shallow of a DOF a side-effect of reversing a lens or was that by choice? Or maybe a bit of both?
     
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    Killer shot. The only nit, and it's really not all that important, is the edges of the photo. I think burning in a few areas might work.
    But really, that's a very small thing. Otherwise I think it's an outstanding photograph.
    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Its beautiful! I like it alot.
     

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