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MalcolmS Plus
11 1.2k 13 England
14 Apr 2006 11:06PM
They looks almost like diamonds, set in a platinum ring Leo


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DolphinLady 10 54 1 Wales
14 Apr 2006 11:42PM
Leo, how do you think these up ?
This is sooooooooo good.
Well taken
Leo 15 46 9 England
15 Apr 2006 12:26AM
They do look like an "illusion" setting, now you mention it Malcolm, I hadn't noticed until you mentioned it. I get one of these flashes of inspiration very rarely Hilary...wish they'd arrive more often(g)

Jasbe 11 116 England
15 Apr 2006 4:49AM
Nice work Leo, stunning macro shot.
Leo 15 46 9 England
15 Apr 2006 5:11AM
Just plonked them on the "unlit" light box Jason, that's how I got the reflection. The narrow DOF is all down to the tubes, with the 50mm lens it's quite amazing how narrow you can get it. I still can't persuade myself I need the Tamron 90mm LOL. My old Micro Nikkor is still standing the test of time but can't quite get down as far as this, unaided.
tonymarq 11 1 United States
15 Apr 2006 9:37AM
Leo i like this as somthing we see every day and would never have thought to capture! Like the chrome shining with star reflections,well Done Leo! Very imaginative indeed!

Leo a very Happy Easter to you and the family!

stay well
Leo 15 46 9 England
15 Apr 2006 9:51PM
You too Tony, have a nice Easter and avoid the traffic jams LOL. Seeing things at Macro sizes often gives you a new slantSmile I like extreme close up work.

MoWiz 11 114 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2006 12:07AM
love the narrow DOF, and that unlit lightbox almost looks like polished marble
Leo 15 46 9 England
19 Apr 2006 2:52AM
Now you mention it, it has a marble type look Mo... you do get a very narrow DOF using tubes though, a bit of a faff since focus is entirely manual and I have to use my Weston meter to base the exposure sensibly but it's funSmile


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