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Old Oct 19, 2005, 9:16 PM   #1
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This is about my third attempt to get the hang of taking these super macro photos. Hardest part so far is getting the little critters to stand still for a split second! These pictures are straight from the memory card, no processing other reducing for posting. Comments pro and con welcome. Jim
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Pretty darn good. Some nice detail and the DOF is not bad. What lens were you using.
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Thanks Ted! I was using the Raynox 250. I was pretty lucky, found a large bush that was swarming with bees and they were more interested in the pollen than me! Jim
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Jim, whatta macro shots, you must be fast..great!!, very clean too..
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Hi dian, Thanks for the comments. It was a little hard to concentrate on the shots with all those bees within a few inches but that made me try harder so I could get out of there! :-) Jim
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