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Thread started 22 Feb 2004 (Sunday) 11:20
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MackRoe
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Feb 22, 2004 11:20 |  #1

This is my 1st time posting any of my work here, but I know the way to get more experienced is to "listen" and be instructable. So here goes with 15-17 of my shots over the past 8-10 months, using a Canon G3 with three Raynox interchangable lenses, a telephoto, wide-angle (which I have rarely used due to its fisheye effect) and a Raynox macro lense with 3 Hoya close-up filters attached to it, making for some incredible close-up work....All comments welcomed......Thanks, Mackroe

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Heres a link to some earlier shots posted to this site !

http://f1.pg.photos.ya​hoo.com …//f1.pg.photos.​yahoo.com/ (external link)


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Feb 22, 2004 15:02 |  #2

I like the butterfly (Painted Lady) and also the one with morning dew these are about the best of them all in my view.

The first one with fly and flowers should have been closer - The one of the cicadia might have been better shot from the side and with more DOF

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Feb 22, 2004 21:32 |  #3

You have a good eye and some nice images. I would suggest posting one or two of your favorites at a time, so people can give very specific comments. Posting so many at once makes it difficult to effectively respond.

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dreamer
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Feb 22, 2004 23:45 |  #4

LOVE the Minnesota lake pic and the church pic... great job on these two!




  
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rollie
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Feb 23, 2004 21:18 |  #5

The church

Love the way the light hits the church. I love this shot. Well done!




  
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