Generic Macro Flower (C+C Please)

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  1. CameronSmith

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    It's too small to C&C for me.

    I'm guessing it has very nice DOF and the exposure looks good.

    I, can't, really... Umm, tell if the framing is good or not. I guess it is. <squints eyes>
     
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    Click the link above it.
     
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    like colors, hard to tell about the sharpness because of the size and link is not work
     
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    As a rule, try and avoid macro subjects with so much depth. The DoF in close-up/macro work is very shallow, and not ideally suited to objects with significant depth. It's a very interesting shot, but suffers from the physical limitations of the equipment.
     

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