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Old Mar 9, 2011, 6:28 AM   #11
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Old Mar 9, 2011, 7:01 AM   #12
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Great shot! Details? 1:1 or closer? Hand held or tripod? PP stacking? EXIF shows 2007 creation/2011 processed? Can you give me that fly's address/phone "? hahahaha
Thanks Bill and Ordo,, typically when I shoot my macro images I tend to NOT go to 1:1 because I strive for the best DOF possible and when shooting 1:1 DOF suffers at some point, so when I'm shooting my live insect images, which are ALL hand held I will tend to back off just a bit and then crop the image to taste which will provide a better overall image. No stacking was done on that image, a single image,, I believe the image was taken on 7-14-09 then I used to use Photobucket as my host but was having problems with photobucket so I went over to Flickr, this happens to be one of my favorite macros so I added a white frame to it and uploaded it to Flickr yesterday, thats why you see the 2010 process,, again I dont have much on Flickr yet but a NEW season is approaching
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Old Mar 9, 2011, 2:08 PM   #13
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Certainly has the WOW factor!
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