Another day in the garden

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these are very nice.. what is it your looking for and maybe some of us can help
 
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Thanks Tim. I find I seem to have to take an awful lot of shots to find any worth working with. I think maybe I'm beating myself up over something that's not so easy to control.

There's been a slight breeze in my garden the last couple of weekends and, with the depth of field being so small when shooting macros, I have been trying smaller apertures. However, in doing so, the shutter speeds have reduced, making the shots blurred for another reason. That, coupled with a moving subject as a result of the breeze, isn't making things easy...

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welcome to the world of Macro.. i understand about the wind blowing and trying to get the results we are looking for... I find my keeper rate is much lower doing macro then anything else.. also I find the more really nice shots I get the more I think my others are not that good..just keep shooting...
 
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Been tinkering with the tripod on the camera when shooting macro. It helps!

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Pam the Spiderwoman

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I lke the 3rd one.

I would never think to photograph this, but seeing yours, I might have a go and see what I can do.

Pam
 
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