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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Jerry Snider, Jun 20, 2005.
This one seems pretty bright to me...
The black contraste nicely with flower Jerry, and the bee is very detailed.
Contrast is beautiful as is the image.
the yellow may be a bit blown......
Now I really gotta shut this thing off and go READ my instructions on the Road Runner..
Yep, so my choice was to expose for the black bee. Still struggling with the D2X :x , so have gone back to the D70 for a respite and some fun.
Thanks, Gale, for the input. Always appreciate it.
Even though the yellow is somewhat blown, the detail in the bee is exceptional....by far it makes up for the yellow in my opinion. You framed this one up very nicely as well, Jerry.
I see I am not the only one brave enough to get close to stinging insects!The detail in the bee is fantastic. I also like the contrasting colors.
How do you like your 200 micro? I was saving for that one, but had a chance to get the 70-180 instead.
Do you use an action in Photoshop to append the EXIF data to your images? I really like the way they display online.
I have to agree the détails on the bee are first rate.
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