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06/18/2005 02:22:37 PM · #1
Just for fun. Just shot this after doing some watering:

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06/18/2005 02:25:24 PM · #2
Would this be considered a macro
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06/18/2005 02:25:54 PM · #3
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06/18/2005 02:26:25 PM · #4
Sure, unless his head is 30 feet long!

Originally posted by PhotoRyno:

Would this be considered a macro
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06/18/2005 02:36:21 PM · #5
I've been trying to figure out macros - playing with pansies in my flower bed. Here are the three best so far. Any suggestions as to how I might improve them would be greatly appreciated!

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The first two were shot at 400 iso. The last was shot at 100 iso.

Wende
06/18/2005 02:40:25 PM · #6
Those are very good. My only objection is that they're so big I have to scroll to see the entire picture. Resize to no larger than about 800x600 so most people can see it on their monitor without scrolling. Good sharp focus and good lighting. The second is a little dark.

Originally posted by Wendelika:

I've been trying to figure out macros - playing with pansies in my flower bed. Here are the three best so far. Any suggestions as to how I might improve them would be greatly appreciated!

//coltoncommunity.org/pansy02_cropped.jpg
//coltoncommunity.org/pansy03_cropped.jpg
//coltoncommunity.org/pansy12.JPG

The first two were shot at 400 iso. The last was shot at 100 iso.

Wende
06/18/2005 02:41:04 PM · #7
Hey Wendelika, for the web, to display photos, you should make them smaller, at smallest size, 640 pixels on one dimension. The ones you posted are fairly large, the smaller they are, the faster they are to load, and you can see the whole thing on one screen.

Nice photos though, keep shooting,

Simon

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06/18/2005 03:03:43 PM · #8
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06/18/2005 03:21:56 PM · #9
Thanks! Resizing them right now ...
06/18/2005 03:29:04 PM · #10
Originally posted by Simonkasprzak:

Hey Wendelika, for the web, to display photos, you should make them smaller, at smallest size, 640 pixels on one dimension. The ones you posted are fairly large, the smaller they are, the faster they are to load, and you can see the whole thing on one screen.

Nice photos though, keep shooting,

Simon

The second one that you commented was dark, I used an unsharp mask on and adjusted the color balance a little. Maybe I overdid it.

Wende
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06/18/2005 03:30:44 PM · #11
Sorry, I quoted the wrong post. That should have been strangeghost:

Those are very good. My only objection is that they're so big I have to scroll to see the entire picture. Resize to no larger than about 800x600 so most people can see it on their monitor without scrolling. Good sharp focus and good lighting. The second is a little dark.

Can you tell I'm new at this?

Wende
06/18/2005 04:26:18 PM · #12
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I wish i had drops of water on it !
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Message edited by author 2005-07-27 07:38:54.
06/18/2005 04:47:25 PM · #13
Very cool emilarab.
06/18/2005 04:55:46 PM · #14
thank you tsheets .
I love your "YING YUNG" granular balance .
because i have a collection of that sign.
06/18/2005 05:22:56 PM · #15
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Is this macro enough to put in this thread and try to get some more views and maybe a few comments?
06/18/2005 05:27:24 PM · #16
ok ok I took this a couple days ago but it is a macro :)

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06/18/2005 05:58:24 PM · #17
I shot this ugly 5mm creature ,while i was driving A year ago .
she was looking at me ,asking :"please ,do not go faster ,i'm going to collapse " :)
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Message edited by author 2005-06-18 18:15:07.
06/18/2005 06:25:29 PM · #18
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06/18/2005 06:30:53 PM · #19
elsapo,
it looks like a half second later and you would have missed the little creature! I love the colors in the sand and the crab!

Wende
06/18/2005 06:33:11 PM · #20
I posted it a couple of days ago, but... it's a macro :)
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06/18/2005 06:37:32 PM · #21
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06/18/2005 06:39:11 PM · #22
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06/18/2005 06:40:43 PM · #23
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06/18/2005 06:44:47 PM · #24
Not sure if it's technically a macro, but it's close enough. ;)
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06/18/2005 06:56:19 PM · #25
Originally posted by Wendelika:

elsapo,
it looks like a half second later and you would have missed the little creature! I love the colors in the sand and the crab!

Wende


actually he went in the hole, so i waited until he came back out (like 10mins holding my camera!)...they are super fast creatures
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