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Jul 3, 2005, 07:30 (This post was last modified: Jul 3, 2005 07:31 by synthetik.)
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Hello to all,
I am new on this forum and very new to photography. I have a few " Macro " pics that i took with a new lens . Please tell me what you think .

[Image: flower22fu.jpg]

[Image: flower73ue.jpg]
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Jul 3, 2005, 08:16
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Hi Band. Welcome to Shuttertalk. Nice images. Macros of flowers and bugs are a great way to get your feet wet in photography. Can you tell what camera you are using and possibly the settings you used for taking these pics?

Also, I took the liberty of fixing the links to your images. The tags were not complete and the images very large. Full size I would think. Use the buttons just above the post window to insert image tags and you can't go wrong. Also, it isn't necessary to use a host as you can upload right from your computer if you'd like. Smile
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Jul 3, 2005, 10:29 (This post was last modified: Jul 3, 2005 10:31 by synthetik.)
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I am using a Canon Rebel S 35 mm , The lens is a 70-300 mm f4-5.6, Macro Super ( Sigma ).
I shot these free handed ( no tirpod ) . Right when i got the lens so i am not sure of all the setting on the camera . sorry i will keep this in mind about the settings .
I have a few more but i need to clean my scanner and figure out how to resize to fit on here .
Thanks for the help .
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Jul 3, 2005, 10:47
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Welcome to the Forum Brandon.

I am also shooting using the Canon Rebel Family, I have 2 rebels, the Rebel 2000 35mm and the Digital Rebel 300D, I am also using a 70-300mm Sigma, rebadged as Quantaray.
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Jul 3, 2005, 17:09
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Great colors. It looks like a wedding (except for the bee of course).

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Jul 3, 2005, 17:13
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So your using film, what film, how are you scanning? :/

Cheers and welcome.

PeteD

PS, this was my 500th post. Cool
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Jul 4, 2005, 02:41
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Hi BD - welcome to Shuttertalk. Nice macros you've posted - some interesting detail on the flowers and the bees. I'd be interested to know how you're scanning them as well - there seems to be some discernable grain in the background...

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Jul 4, 2005, 05:17
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Hello to all ,
and thank you for you complements . I could have been wrong about the scanning. I think these might have been on a photo cd that i got with the pics. I wasnt tryin to mislead . I have been scanning and uploading at the same time . Im not used to people being intersted in " everything " that i have done with the pics. I will be more careful to take notes on everything.
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