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Discussion in 'Macro Photography' started by Jacki, Apr 22, 2010.

  1. Jacki

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  2. Jacki

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    Anything?
     
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    Nice macro, i like how it is almost looking at you.
     
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    I lke it a lot, surprising you caught one sitting long enough
     
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    Thanks. He started buzzing his wings at me and looking angry, so I only got a few pictures.
     
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    Great job, though the highlights on the closest leaves are kinda distracting.
     
  7. Jacki

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    I agree. The lighting was really weird that day. Maybe I just still have a lot to learn about lighting though. :confused:
     
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    Actually the light is pretty harsh, so underexposing to make it softer would have underexposed the bee too much. You would need either fill flash or something to shade the subject, or maybe even a reflector could have helped.


    You're exposure looks good, it's just the light isn't that good.


    My 2 cents.
     
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    Don't know if I could get one that good with my G11. Looks more like what I could do if my act was together with the Mark III and 180 macro.....But I'm a beginner.......Mike
     
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    I'm a "beginner" as well. I don't normally get such good picture opportunities. :blushing: But thank you!
     

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