more reverse macro

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  1. Tangerini

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    I'm really enjoying reverse macro. :)
    (Thank you again LaFoto :heart:)

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    nice :) focus seems very shallow, hard to hit the right point. the last one is really nice
     
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    yes, the focus is razor thin

    Thank you Alex :)
     
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    this forum got so lazy in commenting! ;)
     
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    what is reverse macro? looks pretty cool.
     
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    Wow, that's so cool! I have a macro series that I was working on for a portfolio last semester but I've pretty much abandoned it. Maybe I'll give this a shot and see if it doesn't rekindle my macro enthusiasm. What do you think the effect would be of using different lenses? Thank you so much for explaining this to me and for pointing me to LaFoto's post, that helped quite a bit as well. I'm really excited to try this out! And if you do any more, I'd love to see them! :)
     

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