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A Very Wet
Lens: DFA 100mm f2.8 macro Camera: K-3II Photo Location: Granite Bay, CA ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/2s Aperture: F18 
Posted By: ToddK, 01-28-2020, 06:27 AM

hot pink Geranium

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Terrific
Thanks Bengan!
01-28-2020, 08:05 PM   #4
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Excellent, Drops maketh the Shot!

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Excellent, Drops maketh the Shot!
Thanks for the nice comment EM!
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Stunning. Great color and detail.
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Stunning. Great color and detail.
Thanks Dave!
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Drippy! Lovely! I would have thought at f18 you would start getting some diffraction softening, but it looks sharp as a tack!

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Drippy! Lovely! I would have thought at f18 you would start getting some diffraction softening, but it looks sharp as a tack!
Thanks Apet-Sure! I was actually playing around with the aperture to see what would happen. I was also surprised that I didn't see a drop off.
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Great shot, Todd. I like how sharply the drops are delineated - shows me I need practice.

Only one criticism - there are no cars reflected in these drops.

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reat shot, Todd. I like how sharply the drops are delineated - shows me I need practice.
Thanks Jer!
Only one criticism - there are no cars reflected in these drops.

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Yes, I need to work on that!
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Nice shot. But why f 18. Thr picture becomes less Sharp because of diffraction
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Nice shot. But why f 18. Thr picture becomes less Sharp because of diffraction
Thanks Riddler! Yes I know that it drops off, but I was playing around with it to see how perceptible it is.
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Ok. Job well done
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Looks good to me !
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