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Discussion in 'Macro Photography' started by Hardrock, Jul 26, 2009.

  1. Hardrock

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    what do you think?

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    Nice! - The only thing that jumps out at me is the background. Not sure what the surface is, but I would like to see a more 'natural' background.

    What lens setup did you use for this?
     
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    I used a 100mm canon macro with a xt body. I found him hanging on my outside window glass around ten at night.
     
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    He looks like he wants too kill u for taking his picture lol but its cute
     
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    Holy macro. What a nice shot. How big was he and how close did you get to him to get this photo?
     
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    He was about a inch and a half long , I was about six inches away. I took about thirty pictures all with flash and he just hung on to the window while I took the pictures. Thanks!
     

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