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July 2013 - Level 2 photography assignment - Macro photography

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    And one more.

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    Loving the variety here so far. Here is another. This time a corkscrew. Lighting from below horizontal gave some funky reflections that I liked.


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    I don't have a macro lens so this is a reversed 50mm 1.4 handholding the camera (5Dc) and the lens against the mount (a little tricky) and 1 off camera flash.




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    heres my share...

    Salute!!


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    A drippy hydrangea

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    Quite like that flower shot Jim.
    Strong colours Jas even with no tripod.
    RM - that's way cool. Well made.
    You've chosen interesting angles Mike bons - Nice play.
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    Lovely image and bluish tones jason, well done on the comp and the drops.
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    Lots of nice images! I especially enjoy the watch face detail, the pastel tones in the flower with a hand-held reversed lens, and the composition of the drippy hydrangea. Here are some images I took a few days ago.

    Blue crystal wine glass.
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    Slice of a geode.
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    Ant head (I think) in amber.
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    Macros are fun. The actual area of this photo is about 1 inch by 3/4 inch.

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