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Old Jun 1, 2009, 3:23 PM   #1
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Default A few macros from this weekend

Hi, a small collection of my latest catch

The first one isn't a real small one i guess it was almost a full cm big and at 3.2:1 it gets really big. (only slightly cropped)
1/320sec - f13 - iso100 - fp flash


Getting a bit smaller, a small cicade of 4mm, (2:1 macro)
1/160sec - f7.1 - iso100 - flash


Then I notice that it had a lifter (hitch hiker) a springtail (0.5 mm)
1/320sec -f8 - iso100 - fp flash


And to stop guess ...
1/320sec - f8 - iso100 - fp flash


Ok I hate guessing games so it's a violet / viola or whatever you call this one


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Old Jun 1, 2009, 4:12 PM   #2
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wow thats getting close to microscope territory
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The last one is lovely.

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Old Jun 1, 2009, 5:37 PM   #4
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Hi Ronny,

Whatever you're doing for lighting. . . works!

Great stuff!!!!

The Springtail and violet are my favorites of these

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You do good work Ronny!
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Those are fantastic! Lens?

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What still fascinates me is that you, besides the technical exellence, still keep composition and lighting on such a high artistic level. Marvellous is a diminishing word for these photos.

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Wow, that 3rd one is amazing.
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wow thats getting close to microscope territory
Thanks kazuya,

sorry to say but I don't get much closer than 4:1, and microscopy is from 20:1 on.
Appreciate the compliment

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The last one is lovely.

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