My Micro Shots

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    Nice work Phil.
     
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    Great shot. I've been chasing bees all over my wife's garden and can't get them to light long enough to focus on them. How do you do it?
     
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    Thanks everyone.... :D

    I moved some stuff around on my webpage, so the link I sent may not work... This one should http://www.pbase.com/philsmith/micro

    While I was fishing this dragon fly was just buzzing around me so I took its picture... I stood still long enough for me to focus. :roll: so I guess I was lucky

    :shock: phil
     
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    Very nice!
    My favorite is 1b but was the camera handheld or on a tripod and was the camera on auto or did you dial-in the settings?
    If that was handheld I'm even more impressed.
    Good stuff though.
     
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    Thanks&#8230; This was done without a tripod, and a fishing pole under my arm. I took a total of 6 photos these came out the best. I touched up photo &#8220;1b&#8221; in photoshop (photo &#8220;1a&#8221; was the original).

    -phil
    :shock:
     
  7. MDowdey

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    good job phil!


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