Macros for C&C

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  1. Ron Evers

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    1. Dianthus

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    2. Portulaca

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    3.Lilly of the Valley

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    Very nice. Not a big fan of centering in #1 and #2 but #3 is beautiful. Knowing how small these flowers are makes it more incredible. The only thing I think could be different is that next time make sure to take a Q Tip out and clean the webs off the flower or clone them out.
     
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    Thanks for you response.

    I understand the centering issue on the first two but these are uncropped shots & the flowers are only about an inch across & already fill the frame vertically. I suppose I could change the aspect ratio.

    To be honest, I did not see the web in pic #3 until it was on the computer screen. However, I do like to see things natural & if I knew how to clone it out I would be reluctant to do so.

    I failed to mention these are hand-held shots.
     
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    I wish I could hand hold my camera for macros, but I seem to have a little too much camera shake for that. I understand what you mean about cloning out the webs and I've had alot in my macros as well. Now I run a little Q Tip under the flower to try and remove them.
     

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