Discussion in 'Macro Photography' started by D3KNikki, May 3, 2010.
spring has sprung...ACHOOOOO (sneeze) :lmao:
Wish spring has sprung here...
As for the photos... as you probably know has been done many, many times before. I'd love to see some more interesting compositions, thinking outside the box. I know it can be difficult!!
Good technicalities otherwise... I would crop off a little from one side on the second photo, as it is spot on in the middle which makes it a bit boring.
Thank you Dab. Appreciate the CC. Have a good one.
I agree with Dab20 I did a similar shot with a milkweed for a college photo essay back in 1978. My instructor told me the same thing, done to death, so I went back and rethought it. Set my camera, a Fujica ST801, on a tripod and used a bulb lens blower to get some action on the winged seedings. It came out really nice and I got kicked up a few grades on the essay.
I love the concept. The idea is great, I agree tho a little cropping in with the camera.
I just did a few of these yesterday. I was bored and the wife was gone to work so what to boys do? Play with toys.
cool shots. you have a macro lense. I am still saving for one.
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