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Lens: DFA 100mm f2.8 macro Camera: K-3II Photo Location: Granite Bay, CA ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/25s Aperture: F2.8 
Posted By: ToddK, 10-15-2019, 05:30 AM

One of my backyard potted plants started blooming last week after doing nothing all summer. The entire blossom is about the size of a dime. I did a 7-shot focus stack to capture a little more of the front blooms in focus.

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One of my backyard potted plants started blooming last week after doing nothing all summer. The entire blossom is about the size of a dime. I did a 7-shot focus stack to capture a little more of the front blooms in focus.
amazing the detail that is present in such a tiny bloom!
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Quite impressive!
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A very interesting angle of approach, Todd. Amazing detail.

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amazing the detail that is present in such a tiny bloom!
Thank you!
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Quite impressive!
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A very interesting angle of approach, Todd. Amazing detail.
Thanks Dewman! The DFA100mm macro is not too shabby of a lens.
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The DFA100mm macro is not too shabby of a lens.
True story!
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Great colors and impressive detail!
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Great colors and impressive detail!
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