Playing with Macro

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  1. Pea-Pod

    Pea-Pod TPF Noob!

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    So finally have a lens that will do macro. Was having a bit of a go at it.
    All manual Focusing so as not to kill my battery. The last two we got lucky. As we were shooting the spider, something got caught in his web and he went and spun it right away. so we got some shots of that. Was alot of fun.
    Other than getting Aten alive by mosquitos!
    No Editing has been done. I tried a couple things on pic 2 but there really wasnt any change.


    1. Unsure of what this is, tried searching but no luck
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    2. winged ants and their home
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    3. Spider and his Lunch
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    4. Spider and his lunch after its been packed lol.
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    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I am afraid you missed the focus on them all.

    You did not say But I suspect you were hand holding & it only takes a couple millimeters to be out of focus.
     
  3. Pea-Pod

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    We were actually using a tripod and just to be sure it wasnt from pushing the button on the camera, we even used a trigger lol. It was all manual focus. Havent messed around with that much. Im sure I have a ways to go to use that, but was trying to save the battery from drain. But this is pretty much my first time really playing with the macro settings.
     

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