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First play with Macro Filters

Discussion in 'Photos : Macro and Close-Up' started by vince31, Apr 26, 2012.

  1. vince31

    vince31

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    Nikon D3000
    55-200MM Lens
    Macro Filter x4 Mag
    Tripod
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    Just tried out some small objects with a white background !!

    I know I have alot to learn

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  2. rob marshall

    rob marshall

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    Hi Vince

    I thought I knew quite a lot, but now I know that there's a lot I don't know!

    These are a good effort, but I think you need to try and get a bit more focus to grab the attention of the viewer. If you are interested in macro, you could look into doing stacking, which a lot of photographers do.

    What is that weird fruit? I was in TESCO this afternoon trying to find different unusual products, and I had in my mind what you have shot but couldn't recall the name of it.
     

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