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Lens: 100mm macro Camera: K-1 Photo Location: Pyengana, Tasmania ISO: 800 Shutter Speed: Above 6s Aperture: F22 
Posted By: saley, 05-11-2021, 08:11 PM

Went on a trip with a fungal enthusiast - got to get down and dirty to see these tiny almost translucent fungi. fortunately no wind down in the rainforest allowing long exposure

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Really nice! You're very fortunate that they're positioned in a way that works with the DOF.
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I see some more trips with fungal enthusiasts in your future . Nice result, well done.
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very cool!

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I am still having to wrap my mind around how shallow the DOF is with FF cameras. Nicely done!
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Very nice! You captured them very well.
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Very clever exposure - I would never have dreamed of taking such a long exposure of such a subject, even with a tripod. But it has definitely worked well, allowing the shut-down aperture. Great Job.

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QuoteOriginally posted by saley Quote
Went on a trip with a fungal enthusiast - got to get down and dirty to see these tiny almost translucent fungi. fortunately no wind down in the rainforest allowing long exposure
Looks like flying saucers. Good shot.
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Very clever exposure - I would never have dreamed of taking such a long exposure of such a subject, even with a tripod. But it has definitely worked well, allowing the shut-down aperture. Great Job.
Thanks - it was exceptionally gloomy in this area close to the base of a waterfall, so needs must.
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