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    Default Macro fun and then some.

    I am just trying out the macro mode on this camera. It always amazes me at how well these digital cameras can do macro work right out of the box. With a 35mm system, you needed bellows, extension tubes, magnifying filters, etc.

    Now I was hand holding these photos and quickly trying to figure out the closest I could focus. Nothing too formal. I didn't even use a copy stand or tried to control the lighting.

    The letter E from scrabble (odd item found at work)


    A crop from a 2005 Terry Fox Loonie. I am very impressed with this.


    And a bonus. I was thinking this could make a good background wallpaper for someone. So here it is...not macro related...just water droplets on a window.


    Still playing around with the new toy.


    No photographer is as good as the simplest camera. ~Edward Steichen

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    Cool! I love macro shots....
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    there’s a guy starting to realize
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    wow love the water on glass shot
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    Default Re: Macro fun and then some.

    I was bored. keep in mind this was just a regular digital camera (3x optical zoom :P 2mp)





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    Nice shots. I think one can have the most fun with macro work.
    No photographer is as good as the simplest camera. ~Edward Steichen

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