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    Default Snail Shell.

    I did this one for a photo assignment "Curves".

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    Certainly qualifies well for that

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    Very nice - looks like artwork for me!

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    Lovely shot, Antz!

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    Cool stuff. It's always nice to see the golden ratio at work!
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    Excellent AntZ....love it in sepia!
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    I really like this Antz. I like how the picture shows nice detail but is still soft.
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    Very nice DOF and colour choice for the subject. Nice job AntZ.
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    Thanks guys. I actually shot this using a macro extension tube, to get it to fill the frame and give a shallower DOF than I could get at the 4.0 max of the lens. I"m thinking this might look good printed on canvas. The shell itself is fairly close to the sepia tones, but the background was actually a green. I did have some shots on white, but they looked too much like a product shot.

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