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PostPosted: Fri Oct 02, 2009 9:24 pm 
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Hey, the season is up now (at least in the northern hemisphere) and I thought of kicking off the definitive thread for fungi (aka mushrooms).
So here are three of my latest catches:

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All three shot with Nikon 10.5/2.8 fisheye!
And should be best viewed in the largest size available (click through the images)

Please join me in this thread to start the largest collection of mushrooms on the web :wink:

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Nice fungi pictures there, i like the second one the most some real nice detail in the stocks.

here is one i took a few weeks ago

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Let me add another two from today:

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Shot with Sigma 150/2.8 APO macro at f/4.0, 1/60 sec, ISO 1000 (#1) and micro-Nikkor 105/2.8 VR at f/8.0, 1/30 sec, ISO 280 (#2)

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Nice shots guys, there is small contribution from me

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Nelepl,

I really liked the first one, we could see how kick they grow in your capture.

These are two of the last, heavy rain, week:

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Close up with Raynox DCR250 and crop:

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Great shots, seen them on flickr already

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Exotic catch, gmazza!
But the first two images seem a bit underexposed (~1 stop). Did you check the histogram?

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Thomas wrote:
Exotic catch, gmazza!
But the first two images seem a bit underexposed (~1 stop). Did you check the histogram?


You are right, thank you, I already overposed it +0.33 but need more, improved the image.

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Collected by the missus from the forest this morning and eaten this evening :D

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Great! (pun intended :wink: )
I've only stumbled across some small fry:
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Unfortunately it was so dark that I had to use f/2.8 and ISO 400.

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Really like this one for some reason.



gmazza wrote:

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I've noticed a few sprouting in the woods.
Weather has cooled considerably here and I'm looking fwd to a shroom trip next week hopefully.

Great shots/thread guys...lets ee some more...

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