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Old Mar 28, 2007, 9:53 AM   #1
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Been shooting more macros today in the brief sunshine we had this morning.First, a few more fly shots.....
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fly shot #2
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Old Mar 28, 2007, 9:55 AM   #3
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and a third one........love the expression on this one......
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....and a couple of spider shots,both uncropped, just resized........first a rather large house spider.....
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and lastly, the little fella I shot the other day had a brief spell of sunbathing in his usual spot........
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Mark, I think you've got that fly trained to pose for you. #1, WOW, that's close, #2 needs more contrast, otherwise a great shot. The spider shots are nice and sharp and well saturated. Great job.

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Thanks Hiroshi.....the fly was giving me quizzical looks as i took the pics as though it was thinking "not him again!!" LOL.
I agree about the second pic.....metering was a nightmare where it was sitting on the white window ledge, but I didnt want to mess about too much with the pic initially.I`ll have a play about with contrast etc and see how it comes out.
Appreciate the feedback, thanks again..

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Mark, with any image processing program, most of the time hitting the auto fix button will do the trick. I use Microsoft Digital Image Pro #10 and here is the results I got by the push of the auto fix button.
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Thanks for that, I usually tend to alter the contrast etc manually, never tried the auto adjust up til now. I`ll bear your tip in mind for the future.

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Nice caps, Mark.

What lenses do you use on your FZ20 (I also use that) ?
DCR 150 or 250 or both ?

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