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Keep Shooting! Photography Assignments (04 Feb 2013)

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a trip to circle b preserve

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3 years 5 months ago #4861 by roy panaguiton
macro fun at circle b preserve
all photos are non crop using both 55-200mm+DCR250 and reverse lens set-up

1. jumper @200mm

September 06, 2013DSC_0207-Edit-2 by mykevixen , on Flickr

2. jumper. using reverse lens

September 06, 2013DSC_0221-Edit by mykevixen , on Flickr

3. green lynx @55mm

September 06, 2013DSC_0191-Edit by mykevixen , on Flickr

4. dragonfly @90mm

September 06, 2013DSC_0184-Edit by mykevixen , on Flickr

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3 years 5 months ago #4863 by Roy van Ommen
Shivers again..

I am again very jealous on the quality you are pushing your set! This is awsome stuff..

These animals are really, really unreachable for me. So its very nice to see them this way.

Greetings,
Roy
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3 years 5 months ago #4871 by Brent Ross
Yeah couldn't agree more. These are very nice. The clarity, and richness of the images make them fun to stare at. Heck and I'm afraid of spiders!
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3 years 5 months ago #4876 by Conor Casey
Again Roy, these are all fantastic images. :)

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3 years 5 months ago #4885 by Bill
Nice job again Roy!

The half moon reflections in the eyes are a distraction to me. I would like to see you move your flash in closer, it will appear as a larger light source and will help soften it some. You could still use the on camera flash, just make a reflector that brings if close to the front of the lens. The new Puffs with lotion boxes are lined with silver. They make great reflectors ;).
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3 years 4 months ago #5087 by roy panaguiton
@sir bill. my DIY diffuser is attached at the end of the lens. its not very nice because its a bit more transparent and the lights a bit harsh. i have a new one and tried it only once with my current damselfly post. will be doing macro shoot soon to try it out

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