Macro Work

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by P Bailey, Dec 28, 2003.

  1. P Bailey

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  2. Branna

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    I particularly like the last one - lovely colours. :)
     
  3. MDowdey

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    great shots my friend! i too like the third, it has very nicecoloring.


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  4. Avenellphotos

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    Yer really good photos. I always love it if you can capture a bee or wasp on the flower. Im still to get a great shot of this happening, ive had a few out of focus (DOH!)

    good work
     
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    Great photos I love the last two
     
  6. Gymrat

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    How do you get shots like that? what kind of camera, lens, setting, etc., are used?

    Cheers
     
  7. mrsid99

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    Oooohhh! You'll get me everytime with shots like that, the only complaint is my usual about needing more DOF.
     
  8. P Bailey

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    Some were taken with a Zenit 12XP with 44mm lens and extension tubes.
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    Some were taken with Zeiss Contaflex with 50mm lens and a +2 Proxar lens.
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    Nice shots. I especially like the first one.
     
  10. MrEd31

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    I really like the first one...

    I would suggest that you crop out the very left side. The leaf that comes into view distracts my eye,

    Just my two cents, good work!
     
  11. bogleric

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    Nice shots.... then only thing I really have to add here is I would have liked to see the first and third a little closer for more detail.
     

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