Gordon Dietzman wrote:As mentioned above, macro can be really addictive. A few years ago I was taking an environmental literature course, which involved a lot of writing about personal experience. As a part of the course, I was supposed to "adopt" a natural area and write about it. I chose to look at the tiny aspects (rather than trees and deer and other large subjects). That macro world was full of predators and prey, plants, and tiny landscapes. The best news is that that wilderness is condensed so much (compared to the usual landscape) that there can be hundreds of subjects in a few square yards.
hw771230 wrote:I generally use an f setting of about 16. This seems to give me the best depth of field with this setup.
That is a great effect, what did you use to get that look?
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