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jmascharka Silver Member Charter MemberFri 24-Aug-12 03:00 AM
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"first try with 105 macro"
Fri 24-Aug-12 03:21 AM by jmascharka

livonia, US
          

Not really a macro, but the lens is sharp. Just not sure of my technique.

D7000 Nikon 105mm @f/3 1/320sec

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laddad Gold Member Nikonian since 14th Nov 2005Fri 24-Aug-12 03:04 AM
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Kinston, NC, US
          

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PAStime Silver Member Nikonian since 10th Feb 2009Sun 26-Aug-12 01:00 AM
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Kingston, CA
          

Great camera and lens combo.

I really like the two primary colours in this image. And I think there is some backlighting going on which adds.

One thing that could have been better is focus. I find that one either needs an image that is mostly all in focus or an image with an area in sharp focus where the eye naturally moves to and rests.

Peter

  

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jmascharka Silver Member Charter MemberSun 26-Aug-12 02:05 AM
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livonia, US
          

>Great camera and lens combo.
>
>I really like the two primary colours in this image. And I
>think there is some backlighting going on which adds.
>
>One thing that could have been better is focus. I find that
>one either needs an image that is mostly all in focus or an
>image with an area in sharp focus where the eye naturally
>moves to and rests.
>
>Peter


Thanks for the input. I thought on the focus that making the second flower in would draw the eye and then have the other flowers softer. I should have taken multiple shots with various focus points so I could compare. I'll keep that in mind and do it next time to see how it looks having it all in focus.

  

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