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PostPosted: Tue Apr 29, 2008 9:50 pm 
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Hello all. These shots were taken at 300mm with my Tamrom 70-300 set into macro mode. Comments welcome.

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This one I think is a tad to bright.

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very nice pics nick but i think you could try to get down on there level and take the photos.. and blur out the background more.. like what you did in number 1.. for me thats better but you could still get more level and i think you should zoom in on just a tiny portion of it.. just maybe half the petal or the whole thing with the yellow thing popping up.. but i still like them good job.

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