Some Macros...

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  1. EYEAM4ANARCHY

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    Let me know what you think. Technical and subject-based comments are both welcome.

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    please tell me thats just ice and not snow flakes? my goal this winter is to photograph some snow flakes im gonna be jealous if you beat me to em :p

    love the nose
     
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    Ice. You're still ahead of the game.
     
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    I like number two the best. The rest are ho-hum to me.
     
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    Hmmm I'm not really liking them, sorry :(. The one I DO like though is the nose ^^.

    They don't really catch my eye...
     
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    I quite like the ice ones and I think the nose is good fun! :)
     
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    Thanks. I like the ice pics alot myself. And I'm definitely biased toward the little snout.:cat:
     
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    I love how you were able to take the shots of the ice with some reflections and light, without it being to over powering, and i love the nose.
     
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    I like 6 and 11 the best! I love macro. What lense do you use? I have the 60mm macro and 105 macro. Love them both!
     
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    I use a small, hand-held LCD light. Depending on the nature of the ice, I put it either behind the ice or next to the lens facing into the ice. It creates an effect where the ice itself is illuminated.
     

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