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Old Sep 19, 2012, 5:15 PM   #1
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Took the E-620 w/Sigma 18-50mm out for spin today.





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Wow!
Super captures there, Gary. Those are sharp.
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Excellent, Gary. Not much DOF with macro shooting - it looks like the plane of focus is at the bee's wings not the head, but I don't know what one does about that.
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Excellent, Gary. Not much DOF with macro shooting - it looks like the plane of focus is at the bee's wings not the head, but I don't know what one does about that.
Thanks, guys. I suppose the trick is to focus on the head. But, when these guys are moving around, that becomes a bit tricky.
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You made some really good shots of that bee gary, well done !!
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Thanks, guys. I suppose the trick is to focus on the head. But, when these guys are moving around, that becomes a bit tricky.
Yeah, that's when the spray-and-pray approach might be useful.
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