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Keeping an eye on things

Keeping an eye on things

About the only image I got from this new lens before the weather closed in. A not very exciting image - more a case of trying it out. Very poor light so this was very limited with dof.



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Date: Tue July 1, 2008
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That is a serious lens you got there. I'm glad these things are not really that big. They would be kind of scary!
#1 Tue July 1, 2008 3:11pm

Hey,thats more like it Viv.Super duper stuff Smile
#2 Tue July 1, 2008 3:27pm

You could draw blood with those sharp hairs!!!!
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#3 Tue July 1, 2008 3:31pm

Lol..,the size and the sharp hairs! Thanks Bridget, Rob and Maggi. Viv
#4 Tue July 1, 2008 3:48pm

Oh my look at the resolution in those peepers! I like your DOF on this one it makes the focus more selective on all those eyes and sharp pointy hairs. Very Science Fiction, Yup the eyes have it! Smile Daenna
#5 Tue July 1, 2008 4:30pm

Nigel C Young
Looks good to me.
#6 Tue July 1, 2008 4:45pm

Nice one Viv, this is more of a test of the new optic, you have very nice definition in the eyes. The 35mm equivalent in the exif of Canon cameras always tickles me.

> John
#7 Tue July 1, 2008 4:48pm

Thanks Daenna, Nigel and John. Lol John ..Canon owers don't like to get too close!! Viv
#8 Tue July 1, 2008 4:56pm

Great pic!

My only (minor) criticism would be the hexagon shaped reflections in the eyes are a bit distracting to me. I'm not sure what they're caused by though - probably the position of the flash or how the flash is being diffused.
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#9 Tue July 1, 2008 6:05pm

Thanks for that Djeyewater (give us a name - that is too much of an mouthful!) there was no flash used - look at the exif data - I do not use flash for shots like this. Viv
#10 Tue July 1, 2008 6:16pm

Dilwyn Williams
This is an awsome macro shot Viv, Razor sharp as usual...............Dilwyn
#11 Tue July 1, 2008 6:23pm

Top notch macro Viv!......wonderful....so sharp and clean! Smile....Alan

Off now to the rainforest, beautiful blue skies this morning...must go, running late, hope you have a sunny sky over there today! Smile
#12 Tue July 1, 2008 9:19pm

I have to admit Viv... this is "Excellent" Smile
That macro was one I was looking at ... lol but still am without a macro.
#13 Wed July 2, 2008 4:45am

Thank you very much Dilwyn, Alan, and Kelly. Viv
#14 Wed July 2, 2008 3:02pm

Ah yes, I see now. Possibly could try diffusing the sunlight to remove the reflections, but I think this would be more trouble than its worth. As I said, its only a minor detraction for me and so long as you're happy with the photo, that's the main thing.

Also I don't know what PP you did, but its nice and clean for an ISO1600 image.

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#15 Wed July 2, 2008 4:47pm

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