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Storm passing finally EOSD1649BW
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The camera settings remained the same, and I pointed in that direction because the sun was to my left. I basically shot the first pic, put the hood on and shot the second as close to the original spot as possible. I didn't even move, I stood in the same position.

 

Looking at the exif data on your photos the first photo is f/20, 1/20sec, the second is f/25, 1/20sec. The smaller aperture (f/25) would probably be why the second shot is a little darker. Unless you put it in full manual mode the exposure is constantly being adjusted slightly by the camera. 

 

Also, I noticed you are shooting in shutter priority at 1/20th of second, if you speed that up to about 1/60th then you won't have the motion blur like in the first photo, and the lens will be in it's sharpest aperture range - you'll get less of the color fringing and diffraction at f/5.6-f/11 than you do going even smaller like f/20. That's the best range on most lenses.

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Microscope shots look prety cool.

 

I think this was a PAS staining off skin tissue:

 

And this is a simple squamous epithelium cell from my cheek using a PAP staining:

 

 

If anyone is interested I might take my (not very good) camera to school and use that to make a picture, this was my mobile phone.

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huh. guess i have a lot of learning to do. i usually keep it in manual, and set the shutter-speed and white balance, but i didnt know about the aperture stuff. thanks!

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huh. guess i have a lot of learning to do. i usually keep it in manual, and set the shutter-speed and white balance, but i didnt know about the aperture stuff. thanks!

 

Thanks for not getting flustered when I go off rambling on camera info - I've been helping friends lately learn the ins and outs of SLRs and mirrorless cameras so it's on my mind. :)

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My girlfriend and I are going on a walk tomorrow at an outdoor museum near-by, and ill be bringing my DSLR, and teaching her how to use one lol.

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Can you share some info on your DIY MACRO please.
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My new DIY macro rig is ridiculous. That's sugar on some spices, and this is not even close to the maximum magnification which is 7.5:1.

Check my Flickr for more of my photos smily_headphones1.gif

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Can you share some info on your DIY MACRO please.


It's nothing special, just a Canon 18-55mm kit lens reversed and with 60mm extension tubes. The camera is Canon 600D, I've been photographing for only about half a year, so nothing special there either redface.gif

 

Here's some more Dubai:

 

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Top Station, Munnar, Kerala 

India

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Ogo ogo Festival Bali Island March 10th to 11th 2013. The evil powers are respected and paraded around the Island, then asked to leave until next year.

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Sight for sore eyes. Bounce flash.

 

IMG_300


Edited by Jon L - 3/11/13 at 3:51pm
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Gorgeous shot, Jon.  85L?

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Reminds me of my Wife!

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