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Old Jun 28, 2011, 6:51 AM   #1
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Old Jun 28, 2011, 6:55 AM   #2
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Great, Clint - you're the current master of natural droplet photography

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Well done, Clint. I like that second image a lot.
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Wow, beautiful! The water drops in the second one is exquisite. Are you stacking here? If so, how sensitive is the process to wind movement?
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Thanks all - the second image came out better than I thought. Getting the focus and angle is hard. The Sony has an EVF that can zoom in for manual focus. It really helps when the DOF is small and you want to be precise.

Saly - no stacking on these, just the one shot. It's very sensitive to wind movement. Stacked pictures should be done on windless days. Early in the morning is a good time because you sometimes can find dew on the flowers and the wind is down.
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As others have said. Great macros
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LOVED the second shot!!!!
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Clint, the second is really great.

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