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Old May 27, 2005, 5:29 AM   #11
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DOF is the enemy of macro and close up shots. Calculate the DOF for macro,it will make you cry. The only solution is wide angle and stopped right down. Get as far away as you can, then imge size on your pc editor.
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DOF is the enemy of macro and close up shots. Calculate the DOF for macro,it will make you cry. The only solution is wide angle and stopped right down. Get as far away as you can, then imge size on your pc editor.
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After several attempts There ara a couple of points too watch. These shots were taken with a FUJI 602. using internal flash. All flash`s will give a strong splash of light , so it is best too use a soft box or some method too spread the light evenly.
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