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Old Jun 30, 2013, 5:17 AM   #1
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Amazing DoF you got for a close-up, Alex! Great shot, lovely colours, excellent sharpness, what else to say? keep it up!
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Many thanks dear Raghu for your kind words!
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awesome pic! can just about count the pollen grains!
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Thanks Wolf for your appreciations!
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Agree with the others, excellent image.

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Many thanks dear Jim!
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just wondering - why'd you use ISO400? was it for the lighting conditions, or did that allow a faster shutter speed?
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just wondering - why'd you use ISO400? was it for the lighting conditions, or did that allow a faster shutter speed?
Your thought was correct, the sun came and went with the clouds moving fast, the weather was very windy, and I needed a very fast shutter timing, about 1/1300.
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thanks for the info, i generally just use iAuto, i think i'll try something else and play w/ the ISOs next time.
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