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    What did you shoot? June 21 through June 27



    Here's mine...


    Spiders from the back yard. First two were with my XSi, 100mm macro Kenko 1.4xTC, and all Kenko tubes(just purchased). Last two were with 7D and 70-200mm F4IS with Kenko 1.4x TC












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    Re: What did you shoot? June 21 through June 27



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    Both taken with 5D Mark II and EF 24-70mm 2.8 L

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    Re: What did you shoot? June 21 through June 27



    really like those macros Jayson.


    here's an avocet (not up to the Nate standard, the lighting was REALLY harsh)


    300mm f/7.1 1/1000 sec ISO 400,






    C&C welcome


    brendan

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    talk about tack sharp! my jaw just dropped. great photos.!

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    1st pic. 40D, Efs-10-22, Av-F-5, Tv-1/1600, 22mm, Circular Polarizer
    2nd pic 40D, Efs-10-22, Av-F-5. Tv 1/1600, 19mm, Circular Polarizer

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    Re: What did you shoot? June 21 through June 27



    Quote Originally Posted by Jayson


    Here's mine...


    Spiders from the back yard. First two were with my XSi, 100mm macro Kenko 1.4xTC, and all Kenko tubes(just purchased). Last two were with 7D and 70-200mm F4IS with Kenko 1.4x TC












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    Jayson those are absolutely awesome macro shots.

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    Thanks for the comments. I was really happy with these shots. I haven't done this type of macro before and was very surprised with how thin the DOF was using the tubes. I still need to practice. Sad part is all that I have in my back yard is the spiders and flies. No flowers or other bugs. Looks like it will be a field trip with the boys!

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    Re: What did you shoot? June 21 through June 27



    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan7


    really like those macros Jayson.


    here's an avocet (not up to the Nate standard, the lighting was REALLY harsh)


    300mm f/7.1 1/1000 sec ISO 400,






    C&amp;C welcome


    brendan



    If it was harsh light, you tamed it pretty well. Lovely shot!

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    Re: What did you shoot? June 21 through June 27



    Brendan -

    That's a brilliant shot... great capture. You used the lighting and the background to fine effect. It is a truism that there is "no such thing as bad light". Somewhere, a good picture can be found no matter what the conditions. My only suggestion here would be to have tried this with a fill flash, although it might also have made it look a bit unnatural. On the plus side, a flash would have probably put a sparkle in the eye, which I always like to see with bird and wildlife shots. Again, nicely done.

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