farewell to summer and the butterflies

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Great butterflies! The first and third are my favorites, especially the third for the comp & BG. We are just starting to see a few larger butterflies here, but they are in no mood to pose.
 
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thanks.

one thing i am finding and i am sure most of you here are finding it too. once you shoot enough macro you kind of know what it is you want your photo to look like and it is easier to take control of making it happen.

i remember our early days of macro were really pot luck as to what we got and what the final image looks like.

as we learn more and more i find the results are so much more consistant and it is easier to crank out nice looking shots at will.

i think many of us here understand what i am trying to say but for folks who aren't there yet it is a difficult concept to explain to them.
 
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