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Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by bikefreax, Jul 24, 2008.

  1. bikefreax

    bikefreax TPF Noob!

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    Been trying to capturs some bee shots but could never get then to turn around. Well finally got one. While it is not perfect I am pleased with it.

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    The composition is spot on. There is one thing that bothers me and it may be equipment related, the details in the bee seem a little lacking in the blown out and the really dark bits, is this the resolution of the lens or is it just the contrast was too much on such a bright day?

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    I think it was just the lighting. I have no kind of flash for macro so it was just daylight. I was just happy to finally get a bee facing me and yes I was bummed that the eyes did not stand out more. I will keep trying.
     

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