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PostPosted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 2:56 am 
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First off I'll talk about the 'Macro Tips Video'. I have decided I am going to start making videos for my youtube, regarding photograph. My first which I made yesterday was using the 40D's 6.5FPS to capture a ballon bursting, and I plan to make videos about the 40d and some about general photography. Onto the Macro video.

Today I found a beetle outside and it was really big, so I figured I would make a Macro tips video (Link) I go through the process step by step here, and end up with the final result looking some what like this:


I really like how this image turned out, it came out great, and if you think so, check out the video on my youtube, and subscribe, because way more tutorials are coming!

CC's always welcome!


Jake O'Connell, 40D Crew
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"Photography isn't so much about the results as it is the collective experience, your interactions with people and with the world"

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 7:14 am 
Hey Jake have subscribed and posted a comment

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