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Lens: Panagor 90mm F2.8 PMC auto macro Camera: K20 Photo Location: backyard ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/180s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: Rense, 07-31-2010, 03:47 AM

I hope you don't get tired of my macro shots, but I am still looking for improvement. So please, don't hesitate to give your comments!


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I told you already that I love this shot
The pink background is brilliant in several ways.
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Thank you, Iris!
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Not sure what to say about your Macros Rense that has not already been said. WOW.. Now backwards WOW!. JIM

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I'm with Jim top notch shot of a nasty pest !
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Unbelieveable Shot! Rense I wish it wasn't so windy where I live.
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Not sure what to say about your Macros Rense that has not already been said. WOW.. Now backwards WOW!. JIM
Thank you Jim! Mij ouy knaht!

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I'm with Jim top notch shot of a nasty pest !
Thanks Dave....!
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Unbelieveable Shot! Rense I wish it wasn't so windy where I live.
Thank you!

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More frontal, and a bit higher magnification...

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now that would have been a neat focus stack
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I am afraid these flies are too fast, and they move all the time...
That's what bothers me the most: moving objects! How do you do that???
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Excellent macros! I just want to know who you insect taxidermist is. I can't figure out how else you can get so close and still have them pose for you.
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Wow, I am amazed you managed to shot such sharp images from that quick little house fly! Great pink background!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rense Quote
I am afraid these flies are too fast, and they move all the time...
That's what bothers me the most: moving objects! How do you do that???
Maybe I just get lucky

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Wow, I am amazed you managed to shot such sharp images from that quick little house fly! Great pink background!

Its a green bottle fly AFAIK
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Its a green bottle fly AFAIK
Yep, you're right!
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