Spring Flowers (Macro)

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  1. bgaideski

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    If you like these images please check out my blog. There are some larger sized versions available there, they show a lot more detail.
    Photos by Brian Gaideski: Macro Flower 2

    Pictures were all taken on my D5000. 50mm 1.8 using a reversal ring. All of these are using the on camera flash.

    The first one is my favorite, what do you think?

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    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    First one not my fav. I would much prefer the front flower to be the one in focus.
     
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    Ron: I think it would have came out better that way too. Unfortunately the only other shot I got at that angle was blurred. That's what I get for only spending 20 minutes on the photoshoot!

     
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    whoa...the first one is so mac'ed it looks like slime!!-lol and some others are so good they look artificial- that's some good shooting;)
     
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    Love 'em! First is my fav....
    Can't wait to try this (just ordered a 50mm)

    What settings were u on (iso-ap?)
     
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