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  1. Crazydad

    Crazydad No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Not quite macro (don't have a macro lens), but tell me what you think. Thanks!

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    cool shots, I like the 2nd
     
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    The second looks really nice, plenty of horizontal lines that make for a clean, textured image. The nails also add a bit of contrast in there, too. The third is pretty nice, although my mind keeps trying to make an image out of it (maybe a face?). I think this kind of a photo would look better as a 1:1 macro shot. Also, I'm not too sure about the first. I mean, it's a nice shot, but what on earth is it? A dirty sponge? Fungi of some sort?
     
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    Thanks for the input guys, I appreciate it.

    Tamiyaguy - #1 is what happens when you leave a nerf football outside (in a bush) for a couple of years. I agree about your mind wanting to make a face of #3. I think that is why I like it.
     

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