Flying Critters!

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  1. Markw

    Markw No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Had a day out with the Sigma 105mm Macro yesterday. I got a shot of a butterfly that I particularly liked. I added in the last two just for fun. C&C on any or all of them if youd like, I always appreciate it. Enjoy!

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    Bump for C&C on #1.

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    First shot is nicely exposed and comp'd. I wish I could see both antnnae.
     
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    I like the concept of the first shot, but honestly would like to see a slightly larger DOF.
     
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    Thanks AI. I wish I could have gotten both antennae as well! This shot was taken very close to 1:1, if not 1:1..so I just got caught up with this butterfly letting me get this close I suppose.

    As for the DOF, I was already at F/16. If I went any higher, it would be working against me with diffraction.

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