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    Green and Blue

    and fat, and long, and very squirmy.

    ID appreciated.

    Last set of MF shots with the defective macro lens.

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    Green and Blue

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    Green and Blue

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    Green and Blue

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    Re: Green and Blue

    The first two look like they could be enlarged more than the third and still retain better sharpness. Without the Exif data, it's hard to compare the technical differences.

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    Re: Green and Blue

    Thanks Frank.

    Exif

    1. 1/200, f16, iso 400, popup flash FC-2/3
    2. 1/640, f11, iso 200, no flash
    3. 1/320, f4, iso 200, no flash

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    Re: Green and Blue

    That's a fairly significant aperture difference and you can really see the difference in the third image's DoF. I suspect that you were much closer on the third image as well. Nice muted colors!

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    Re: Green and Blue

    Yes wanted everything from head to foot and tufts sharp so did the first @f16 and compensated for the reduced light with a bit of fill flash.

    Did not want to use the flash with the next but wanted its lit parts brighter and darker rear parts darker for a more monsterish look, so opened up a bit but took down iso to 200 and upped the speed to keep it sharp and counter its constant squirming. As can be seen did not quite pull it off.

    On 3, just wanted a close up of the head so opened up, returned speed to something more realistic. Turned out to be the tail end.

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