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Full Critique A couple from yesterday

Discussion in 'Macro Images Forum' started by Phill104, Feb 26, 2019.

  1. Phill104

    Phill104 Always on Premium Member

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    Popped out to play with the new MP-E 65 and found plenty about. Not sure of the moth species, the spider is a Salticus cingulatus taken at 2.5* magnification. The moth was at 1:1 and is not cropped, just resized to fit the forum.

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    Man that spider is sharp! Happy toy to you.
    And not only jealous of the toy...but the weather.
    Great shots, Phil.
     
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    Thanks Marc. I’ve owned one before but sort of broke it. Still going to use my 60mm most of the time but the 65 will be a lot of fun. I was using the 60mm today to photograph adders, couldn’t do that with the 65.
     
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    Nice work. The focus and tones are spot on!
     
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    Very nice, well taken
     
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    No real crit from me, you seem to be using the new toy well. Some truly impressive detail with lovely even lighting, as per usual.
     
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