very very small animals...

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  1. macropleasure

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    what do you think?
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    2 & 4 are great; the others seem slightly out of focus -- are you using a tripod? If not, you might want to look into one; I found that it works wonders for keeping the camera steady for these kind of macros
     
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    i don't use a tripod, but as i love taking macro shots.i might just buy one..

    thanks for the info and comments..

    question: is a picture stabilizer..something that prevents shots from being out of focus? cause i read that the nikon d40 (which i want to buy) has got one..
     
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    Tripod is a must with micros!!
    And a tighter crop might help too. Like the little red bug..nice tight shot, :thumbup: striking contrast..focus..ok..
    Keep up the good work..you are good!!
     
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    1, 2, and 3 all look out of focus.

    And just being off focus a tiny bit makes a HUGE difference in macro shots, so you have to make sure you get your pictures in focus.

    I think I like number 4 the best, it's in focus and the background is very nice.
     

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