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Non insect macros anyone?

 
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Mar 15, 2015 09:56 |  #466

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Mar 15, 2015 10:48 |  #467

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my very first taken with a Canon 100mm f2.8 macro

Excellent work - I like everything about this image.


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Mar 15, 2015 11:11 as a reply to  @ smeghead62's post |  #468

Thank you, Doug :)


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Mar 15, 2015 18:03 |  #469

Great shot.

I might blow the dust off my Macro lens tomorrow.



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Mar 15, 2015 23:27 |  #470

My first trial with focus stacking using photoshop. This is a stack of 10 images shot with the Tamron 90mm f2.8 DiMacro on a 5D3.



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Mar 15, 2015 23:37 as a reply to  @ CamDiver's post |  #471

very nice, Mark! I am also interested in focus stacking but being a newbie to macro, I still have a long way to go and need to learn how to do this


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Mar 15, 2015 23:45 |  #472

@itsallart - Photoshop focus stacking is pretty straightforward, for the most part it's an automated process. Here's the article I found recently that best explains it: http://photography.tut​splus.com …th-photoshop--photo-12621 (external link)


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Mar 15, 2015 23:46 as a reply to  @ CamDiver's post |  #473

thank you, Mark; it's very kind of you :)


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Mar 15, 2015 23:56 |  #474

Awesome stack above.


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Mar 16, 2015 05:00 |  #475

CamDiver wrote in post #17476828 (external link)
My first trial with focus stacking using photoshop. This is a stack of 10 images shot with the Tamron 90mm f2.8 DiMacro on a 5D3.


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@itsallart - Photoshop focus stacking is pretty straightforward, for the most part it's an automated process. Here's the article I found recently that best explains it: http://photography.tut​splus.com …th-photoshop--photo-12621 (external link)

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@itsallart - Photoshop focus stacking is pretty straightforward, for the most part it's an automated process. Here's the article I found recently that best explains it: http://photography.tut​splus.com …th-photoshop--photo-12621 (external link)

Great picture Mark, and a great article CamDiver on Photoshop stacking.



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Mar 19, 2015 10:31 |  #476

no focus stacking here, just an ordinary magnolia


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Mar 20, 2015 08:41 |  #477

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Mar 22, 2015 13:27 |  #478

A couple of images of a speedloader taken with my new Tokina 100mm:


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Mar 23, 2015 01:43 |  #479

Just a wet stem....



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Apr 02, 2015 04:51 |  #480

It has been a while since I have posted as it has been a long winter. After looking through this thread I think this might be the place to post these photos; however I am just learning how to do water drops and I know my photos are not as good as what is posted here but I am getting better.

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