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Old Jul 22, 2006, 11:02 PM   #1
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Its abouta month that I got my 6T andhave been trying ever since tophotograph small objects and bugs but the results were very discouraging. Finally today I think I got few shots that I like to share with you. Early in the morning I found this bee and fly that were very cooperative! The bee was sitting on this flower and preening it self allowing me to take as many pictures as I wanted!

This is my first "macro" posting. Comments/critique welcome.

FZ30, 6T, Tripod. No cropping, straight out of the camera. Resize for posting.

(Thanks Tazzie, finally I've started to enjoy the T6).
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Very nice photos. Wish I had been into photography back about 25 years ago when I was into beekeeping. I could have really gotten some macros of bees back then.

Love this type photo.

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Shots are very good. Looks like you might benefit from some type of flash attachment on the Bee shots, but not sure which is best. Keep on posting. I like macro shots.


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Love your first shot. Good focus on the eyes.
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Old Jul 23, 2006, 5:11 AM   #9
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Hi Macnite

Love your pictures, this is one of mine,


http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/attachment.php?id=69038



It was taken at 420mm, iso 80, cropped for site.

For more of my shots, and incessant ramblings lol, check out "Who needs a DSLR when the FZ30 is this good" on the Panasonic forum in Steve's site. You would be more than wecome should you wish to post on it

http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...mp;forum_id=23

Best wishes

Tony


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Thank you Jerry and Don, Your comments are appreciated.
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