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Old Nov 2, 2010, 6:37 AM   #1
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i have tried to taken few macro pictures.. pl comment and guide..1st one is plant with a tiny only one red seed in it..visable in the picture..
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4th & the 5th one is of very tiny flower magnified and captured..

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just trying different things & options available to me with the camera..and trying to learn few things...! will consider buying specialised lenses when budget and availibility permits..!!..pl. comment and guide..
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Old Nov 2, 2010, 10:24 AM   #2
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The red seed is out of focus. I'm looking around in the picture to see if anything else is in focus but nothing is. So this probably means you weren't holding the camera steady. Try a monopod or a tripod, or something firm (I use a stool or bench lot of times) to steady your camera. The red flower is better. Make sure you are using spot focus.
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Old Nov 2, 2010, 10:35 AM   #3
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yes..you are right..! wind is blowing around..so while taking the picture it was difficult to focus on the subject.it was handheld.& also have to keep another lens still..next time will try to use with tripod or something..thanks a lot for viewing and commenting on picture..its been a great help..thanks again..
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Yes, wind can be a big problem. On windy days, I find it helpful to look for subjects in bright sun light. This speeds up the shutter, so you are less sensitive to motion.
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Yeah you need to decide what your subject is going to be before taking the pic and be sure to have the whole of it inside the frame , you can also try different angles
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Old Nov 3, 2010, 6:42 AM   #6
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Yeah you need to decide what your subject is going to be before taking the pic and be sure to have the whole of it inside the frame , you can also try different angles
thank you very much ..for the comment i will take care about that in next pictures..thanks again..
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