Still Life: Rust Macros

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  1. Johnboy2978

    Johnboy2978 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Went out the other day with the intention of shooting some images of rust. Came back with these. Comment if you'd like

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  2. anuragbhateja

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    good one but for me if a bit more will be out of blur area will love to save it for my references.
     
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    Great shots! I think you have inspired me to do some rust shots of my own. You really captured great texture. I really like #1 and the DOF is perfect.
    On #2 I feel the the out of focus of head is pretty distracting. In the third the parts that are in focus are in 3-4 spots and the center is out of focus. I think that if you are going to use DOF like that, only one region should be in focus, in this one it seems like there are random spots of sharpness. Great job overall though.
     
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    The quality of rust doesn't really stand out much. Either that or you could use some sharpening.
     
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    These are wickedly good macros John. But I would like to see better focus on #2 and #3. #1 is amazing. Great stuff.

    Happy 1000th post by the way! :)

    NJ
     
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    Your second shot really stands out to me; the varying dof is awesome!
     

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