small is good

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  1. papatooth

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    new section, new fun

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    Excellent photo. I would have cropped it about .0625" to the left and up to get all of the screw, but maybe that's just me.

    Did you use a tripod? What lens did you use?
     
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    i used a canon macro 100mm 2.8, standing tall with no tripod i just exhaled.
     
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    I love the picture. The feel of the texture can be seen so well. Is there a reason why you chose such crop? It just seems odd to just cut the screw.

    I want the 100 macro quite bad, but before it I"m still set on the 10-22 efs.
     
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    believe it or not the screw is not the most important part of the picture, to me i enjoy the rust and the texture its causes, but i am glad people like it. :thumbup:
     

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