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Discussion in 'Macro Photography' started by crimbfighter, Jan 15, 2018.

  1. crimbfighter

    crimbfighter TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    The snow really started coming down after I already captured the first set. Sooo, I brought it all back out again!

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  2. Steven Dillon

    Steven Dillon No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Wow. These are every bit as good as your earlier images. I think I like them better though because there is more color. I especially like the first two.
     
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    Thank you! The first set was taken outside in daylight and the second was taken after dark in my garage. I think the brighter ambient light caused the colors to be washed out more in the first set. In reality, they were taken with basically the same exposure settings and back lighting.
     
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    Nice set. I like 2 and 7, but they are all really good.
     
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    TCampbell Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I really like how the colors come through the ice crystals in #1 and #2. The snowflakes aren't as symmetric (but I've read that in this sort of photography the snowflake is often photoshopped to eliminate the obvious imperfections).

    I've only tried this once...and failed. Apparently the temps weren't cold enough.

    Great focus and nice work!
     

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