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    It's amazing how quickly this.......




    becomes this.......

    John Perriment

    A photograph is more than a record of what you see - it's a window to your soul

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    Re: Last of the Honeysuckle

    They are very good John, I am trying my best to achieve the picture quality,
    but still have a lot to learn. regards John.

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    • #3
      Re: Last of the Honeysuckle

      Originally posted by escallonia View Post
      They are very good John, I am trying my best to achieve the picture quality,
      but still have a lot to learn. regards John.
      John Perriment

      A photograph is more than a record of what you see - it's a window to your soul

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      • #4
        Re: Last of the Honeysuckle

        The background sets of the bloom very nicely and the berries look good enough to eat!!....but don't
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        • #5
          Re: Last of the Honeysuckle

          Striking colours, nice to see some chinks of sunlight in these after the last few days.
          Thanks for sharing these John.
          Regards Huw

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            Re: Last of the Honeysuckle

            With macro I usually don't bother using AF and move the camera to get the desired focus.

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            • #7
              Re: Last of the Honeysuckle

              Originally posted by Ian View Post
              With macro I usually don't bother using AF and move the camera to get the desired focus.

              Ian
              That's how I prefer to work with this type of subject, with the camera mounted on a tripod. However these were really just hand-held snaps and I have a tendency to move back and forth, side to side, so AF does give me a fighting chance of reacting fast enough to release the shutter at the best possible moment. I know that it's naughty, but I also used f11 to give better odds of acceptable sharpness!
              John Perriment

              A photograph is more than a record of what you see - it's a window to your soul

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