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    You might need some more practice with that camera.
    Formerly known as WaterKirby.

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    I might need to give dews a try, I never realized that they were so beautiful. Very nice!
    Good Growing!
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    My Growlist/wishlist: http://highlandtropicals.blogspot.co...-growlist.html

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    @leafkirby: I do indeed, But this thread is about the plants not just my photography.

    @mikefallen13: You definitely should!
    Last edited by Peatmoss; 01-01-2012 at 01:57 PM.

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    beautiful plants and photos nonetheless

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    Excuse my brief absence, had to do some schoolwork.

    I was playing around with an ipad app called softbox pro, and the photos turned out sorta well. A bit of a takeaway from my usual style but I don't mind them.

    D. adelae:



    D. capensis "narrow":



    D. paradoxa:



    N. veitchii:



    I really think my photography is improving bit by bit, I keep finding new features on the camera though...

    Constructive criticisms are appreciated!

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    I like the softbox stuff. Your D. burmannii is looking awesome! Have you tried stopping down your lens to get more in focus?

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    Softbox is awesome. Really nice to be able to adjust all your lighting paramaters, 10 out of 10 on that.

    Burmanii is really dewy, but I can't seem to get the tentacles to move quickly. Perhaps its too cold.

    What do you mean by "stopping down"? I have adjusted the setting indicated by "f" but it seems to decrease the photo quality.

    Thanks!

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    Yup, higher F stop number. I don't have any trouble stopping down with my macro lens in regards of image quality. It does lower the shutter speed, but a steady hand or tripod can fix that.

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