Hey Vt! I really like your shots, but as Roma said The ladybug and the daisy aren't as good as the other for one simple reason: You didn't focus correctly. In macro photography you can focus wrong very easily. On the ladybug, the focus is only on the right side of it and it still isn't very sharp. On the daisy shot you focused only part of the front of the flower. On both of them, if you had focused on the center of it, it would have torned out very good shots. Other than this I have nothing to say, unless: Keep 'em coming!
@Roma I see you are right about the lady bug. I guess 1/500 wasn't a small enough sutter speed. It was quite windy that day so maybe the movement threw off the focus a bit. The daisy looks sharp to me though :/
@Arzt xD its actually just a set of 4 "filters" that screw on top of the lens. bought them on amazon for like $15
A cool thing about it is that it reads the metadata of the photo so it can show all of your camera settings used to take the photo. If your camera supports geo location it will detect that as well and pin a map of the longitude/latitude where the photo was taken. You can also add stuff like that later too but most of it is autodetected.
well when you say you send pictures to someone i assume you mean actually sharing the images 1 by 1. To me, what you did is more so sharing or sending a link rather than actual images. I was a lil worried there..
virtualTune wrote:well when you say you send pictures to someone i assume you mean actually sharing the images 1 by 1. To me, what you did is more so sharing or sending a link rather than actual images. I was a lil worried there..
Ah no, don't worry. Give attribution where attribution is due. Plus, I sent her the link in case she wishes to further follow your adventures. She emailed me back saying when she gets some money she wants to get some lenses and filters and stuff.
The most I have is an underwater camera setup. It's not the best but it has some filters and a fisheye lense. I have yet to use it underwater hehe. I'll get there some day.