Nature Macro

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  1. Nikklaus

    Nikklaus TPF Noob!

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    These shots were taken at varied focal lengths with my Raynox DCR-250 macro clip-on. I'm trying to improve my macro shots so C&C is very welcome, thanks!

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  2. JCphoto

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    nice macros! looks like you've got your focus down pretty well. Not sure if its my laptop, but 1 to 4 (mostly 2 and 3) seem to have an awkward white balance to them.. very blue looking. #1 has to be my favorite, such a cool pattern. Keep up the good work!!

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  3. YouAreBrahman

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    i'd hang #1 on my wall. they're all pretty good. if you want to be really nit picky, the spider webs in 7 and 8 are a little distracting to me. [maybe in 6, too?]
    overall, very nice
     
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    1 and 6 are my favorites! Very nice macros!
     
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    I give you alot of credit for thinking about the composition and how the image shapes (unless it was un-intentional :p) while looking through the viewfinder with macro images.
    Too many people just aim to get as close as they can and get as much detail as possible, which is fair enough, but I like it when the images have flowing shapes and all of these work well. So well done. :D
     
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    Nice
     

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