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Old Jun 17, 2005, 7:12 PM   #1
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Very close up shots! Great detail!

Curious what lens you used to get in close. I always need a long macro to offset my phobia of Bees. :-)

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Old Jun 18, 2005, 12:12 AM   #5
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Nice shots of the Bee. I think I ran across his brother over here on thewest coast. I wasn't able to get as sharp as yoursbut a little Focus Magichelped.

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Some really good shots here mullen. Really good detail on these guys. The only
have one comment that might improve the last shot. I'm not sure what processing
tools you have. You may want to try to pull in highlights a little bit on the white flowers
to get a little more detail in the flowers. Other than that, they're all reallly good shots.

Must have been a "BEE" day. I got this photo after stopping to take some shots of a couple
wildflowers that I hadn't seen before. This multiflora rose bush near those flowers were
just "buzzing" with activity.

20D, 18-55mm EFS kit lens, ISO 200, 46mm, f/8, 1/800sec

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Thanks guys. Woodmeister, thanks for the tip. I use Elements 3. I tried what you said and I agree, it looks much better. Hopefully you can tell in the resized version.
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