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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Pendragon, Aug 3, 2007.
Another awesome series! You have definitely mastered the ability to capture just the right amount of depth of field. Do you bracket your shots as you shoot so you can pick the one that is perfect?
And no, I don't use the bracketing.
I do a visual assessment of the available light on the subject and then I decide how I configure the camera (ISO and metering mode).
FINE! very FINE!! Great back grounds.
OOOOH! Very nice.
Amazing work as usual. All of these are beautiful, and I especially appreciate the first three.
Superb and a delight to view...you keep raising the bar:smile:
Were you using an extension tube with any of them?
@ Charlie. No extension tubes used. Only the Tamron 180 macro.
A very special series! Thanks for inspiring me
WOW! a beautiful series... they feel very impressionistic to me, like a Turner or Monet. Very nice indeed.
Can you please tell, what kind of plant is this ?
these are amazing !!!!!!!!!!
Really lovely work. I'm quite taken by #'s 2 and 4.
No problem. It's a cultivar of Calendula officinalis (Marigold)
Thanks everybody !
Wow, what an impression. I love them all, especially the last two. Thanks for sharing.
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