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Crawling on my hands and knees gave me copious photo opportunities with my 100mm macro. Using a shallow depth of field I was able to highlight certain details amongst the numerous blades of grass in my front lawn. This image here is mixture of minimalism, abstraction, and fine art. I love the feeling of warmth in the background; the orange is the autumn leaves blanketing the grass in the background. When photographing macro, I find it is most poignant if there is a defined main subject. I only wish that I could freeze the fall colors for more than their short life consists of.

MT

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Just to clarify one thing, this is a real rose with real water on it. I had been asked if it was numerous times.

I used my Olympus 50mm with a 2x teleconverter on it to achieve a true macro shot. I had to use a tripod due to the petiteness of the subject. I also was using one spotlight on the subject.

I love this shot because of the detail it exudes. Look at the petals and the droplets, it seems as if there is another world amongst the petals of a rose. I will leave it here for now, I must go to what some call “class”. Also, I think this image is one for self interpretation. Enjoy and let me know what you think.

MT

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Check out my new page(located on bottom right of this page.) I discuss old lenses on digital cameras, the benefits of them, and I share some imagesĀ I took over the weekend. Hope you had an awesome weekend. I will post more later, time for coffee now.

MT

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