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Stink Bug
Trying to master my close-up filters .. such hard work! Used the 2x filter on this lille guy.
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Album name:CherylAE / Nature
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Date added:Sep 27, 2014
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Date Time:2014:09:27 17:47:45
DateTime Original:2014:09:27 11:48:29
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SteveT  [Sep 27, 2014 at 05:14 PM]
Nice image Cheryl although a bit more depth of field would help not sure if this is hand held or not but hand held you can lower the shutter speed so you can use a smaller aperture 1/30 sec should be fine as long as the bug stays still
CherylAE  [Sep 27, 2014 at 09:45 PM]
thank you for the info Steve.
Mazda_Man  [Sep 29, 2014 at 11:05 AM]
Good effort, but 5.6 for me is way too large an aperture. I try to work around f11 maximum and adjust shutter speed to suit, use a monopod with angle feature on top so that you have the choice of landscape or portrait format and sometimes a flash unit can help as long as you can vary the output because you are so close. the proximity of the end of the lens can also block out your flash so be careful. Hope that helps Cheryl.
CherylAE  [Oct 19, 2014 at 05:59 PM]
Thank you