My Macro shots of nature...

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  1. salleh

    salleh TPF Noob!

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    here is some of the picture taken.

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    C&C welcome
     
  2. Fetch

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    Great pictures! I really like your copyright sign! I think #5 is my favorite! ) #4 is great too!
     
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    Very nice! #1 is comical!

    All great shots! Nice set!

    Thanks!
     
  4. salleh

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    Thanks guys! :)
     
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    1. A reallly neat capture, but something seems very over-processed about it.
    2,3, both very good. 3 esp is textbook composition and sharpness.
    4. Not too fond of this one. I think it's the unfocused stamen that detract from the image as well as the dark, but somewhat focused background.
    5. Very nice, but again, somewhat "processed" looking to me
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  6. salleh

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    Thanks John.

    I'm using the Prosumer FZ18 but when I used the adapter ring and the +4 Hoya Macro Filter, the image seems SOFT. I'm still a newbie in these so wanna know if there is any way to make it sharp?

    some of them I did processed using photoshop. No.5 pic background is B/W tinted. :)
     
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    Great images. I love macro images, I hope to someday get a macro lens
     
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    #4 just awesome - nice job
     

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