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Macro on Ants 3 images
Posted By: marcusyoung, 05-25-2008, 06:05 AM




a little dust on sensor, my apology as unsure how to remove thru PP......



All shot using macro A200 Pentax f4.

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05-25-2008, 07:03 AM   #2
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Great shots Marcus, those ants are nasty little buggers.
The dust spots are easily removed with the clone tool in Photoshop or Lightroom, I think most photo editors have some sort of clone tool.
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Wow,

Great shots! I have been hunting for ant shots for tens of minutes once, and still returned without any luck... Great work!
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Great shots Marcus, those ants are nasty little buggers.
The dust spots are easily removed with the clone tool in Photoshop or Lightroom, I think most photo editors have some sort of clone tool.

Thanks Eaglerapid. I have downloaded a trial copy of lightroom 2 beta and will pick up from here on dust removal.

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Wow,

Great shots! I have been hunting for ant shots for tens of minutes once, and still returned without any luck... Great work!
Syb, Thank you for your kind words. Glad you like them.

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Nice work. Brings back memories of a classic movie from the fifties "Them". Used to scare me.
Now if you could just get a shot of them attacking the moth.
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Nice work. Brings back memories of a classic movie from the fifties "Them". Used to scare me.
Now if you could just get a shot of them attacking the moth.
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Thanks for your comments Gary.



not on moth but a substitute



comes near and ever ready to strike.

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Whoa, now that's scary.
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The last a classic, image that in A2 size

freaky

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The last a classic, image that in A2 size

freaky

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You can imagine it if you want, I want to sleep tonight
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Wow, nice shots. Makes those little buggers look mean. Thanks for sharing.
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The last one isn't ant, is it?

Nice work Marcus. Seems you've been having so much fun w/ the A200 macro lens nowadays. Glad to see it's in full use. Would've been a waste if I had it ;p
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Excellent work on the macros...I can almost count the whiskers on the ant. )
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Fantastic shots! That long macro really does the trick...
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Fantastic shots! That long macro really does the trick...
Thanks Maxwell for your comments.

Indeed the lens A200 macro did make the difference.

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