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Old Mar 14, 2005, 6:45 AM   #1
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Really enjoyed your macro photos that you posted on 8/7/04 of spiders, flies, and a grasshopper. Much useful info was contained in all the posts that also followed your photos. There was one piece of info that was not mentioned by you and that is, what ISO setting did you use for these photos? Did you vary or change from photo to photo or did you leave your ISO setting constant? I can understand where you might use a lower ISO setting (100 to 200) for the more inanimate subjects, and a higher setting (320-600) for the more skiddish or restless subjects. Just getting into macro photography myself and insects will be high on my agenda. As I plan on making large prints (11x14 up to 13x19) of my best photos, I would like to use the lowest possible ISO setting I can use so as to cut down on noise. Did you make any enlargements of your photos of 8/7/04 and if you did, what size? Thanks for any info.
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