Household Series - 56k warning

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by 'Daniel', Sep 7, 2005.

  1. 'Daniel'

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    wow i love macro shots like this. what did you use?

    I think that Black & White works well too - and I'm not normally a B&W fan!
     
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    Thanks alot. I used the Macro Mode on my Fuji Finepix A330. I don't have a SLR yet (should be dispatched in 4-6 weeks they ay) and will be a while longer before I have a macro lens.

    I saw John boys photo and it reminded me I had done these.
     
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    Cool series Daniel. Interesting what you can do with household items. Nice work.
     
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    Thanks alot Chiller, I really like stuff like this, it's all around you just need to see it.
     
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    Very cool stuff Daniel, I have done similar shots with faucets and sprinklers in my front yard.
     
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    Great! My absolute favorite is the first one! : )
     

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