Hopper on blue :)

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  1. ndroo

    ndroo TPF Noob!

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    Another attempt at 1 hand macro shooting, while holding a blue Pepsi cup as the background ...

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    Great colors...perfect DOF. :thumbup:
     
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    2nd has perfect dof
     
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    Wow. This is not only cool. This is VERY cool.
    What a clever idea to hold that Pepsi can up as a background, and I admire you for keeping your camera so still in the other hand that you could keep the focus and stay steady all the time. Both are pinsharp on the grasshopper, and in the second it is positioned so that its entiry body is in focus... every little detail to be seen. It is ... very cool!
     
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    LOVE the results!
     
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    Thanks for the kind comments.

    I was able to hold the camera and shoot with one hand, partly because it was pretty bright (and hot) and thus a faster shutter speed was possible. Also due to the fact that a Canon 350D and a Tamron 90mm macro combo is very light.
     

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