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    Hi members!
    This month's photo assignment is 'Salt' and assignments should be posted right here in this thread.
    Okay then who will post first?
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    I had to put salt in the pool today. I reserved some for a few quick macro shots.

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    I am having some fun with these.

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    very cool start RM - Thx for starting the thread AT!
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    It doesn't hurt to put this here, does it?

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    Thanks for the share Barefoot. That one is now on my "to watch" list.
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    Missed these new entries - nice one Mbrager, I really dig the comp and moment captured.
    Barefoot - Gorgeous. Fabulous comp and concept. My only niggle is - Was this shot on tripod? What was the aperture? Feels a hint soft on the salt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko View Post
    Was this shot on tripod? What was the aperture? Feels a hint soft on the salt.
    Nope, hand held @f/5.6 with the 16-35mm f/4. I had the iso at 1600 for a shutter speed fast enough and that lens should be sharp at the focal distance I was working with. The full size looks pretty sharp on my monitor, so I'm at a loss.
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