The spider's web (first macro's)

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  1. ernie

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    Made my first attemps at macro photography, started out with something simple. The dof on a macro lens is so shallow I couldn't believe it, so I decided to stick with something that doesn't move :)
    Anyway, comments welcome.

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  2. Phranquey

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    Very nice shots for first macros. Hand held or tripod??

    Good job.:thumbup:
     
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    nice shots
     
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    Pretty cool - good job:)
     
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    thanks everyone.
    these were all handheld. macro photography doesn't get any easier when you don't have steady hands, i can tell you that.
     
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    Good job!
     
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    very beautiful. almost unreal looking.
     
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    Very good. And handheld to boot. I shake too much for that.
     
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    Excellent, I love the little starbursts as well
     
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    Love those shots, Awesome detail..

    What spider enhabits those?
     
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    i saw there when you just posted them, just never commented on them. But these look kick-@ss. Love all those little stars.
     

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