Ice Macro

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  1. bogleric

    bogleric TPF Noob!

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    Just playing and the ice looked cool. Much better in person, any suggestions?

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    I don't intend to be mean but it's not in focus.
     
  3. bogleric

    bogleric TPF Noob!

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    Yeah, I know the last batch that I posted this week all kinda suck. For some reason lately I just can't seem to get the great pictures, perhaps I am trying too hard or something. That or I lost the touch.

    Either way it does prove one thing, most people on here won't tell me that they suck. Therefore I thank you for being the first to actually be honest.
     
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  5. craig

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    It will always be better "in Person". Bringing the viewer to see what you saw is a whole different matter. You may be on to something. Re examine the shot, try different times of day or night, wide and close.
     
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    Were you just a little close to your subject, I wonder?

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