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I know a bunch of us have used the Macro mode and posted pictures, but I think it's about time we showed off our macro shots with this camera.

Here is a fairly recent one from me to get us started. I only used Lightroom to enhance the RAW (DNG) output. (I also posted it on the Flowers thread in the Nature Image forum.)

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f/4 ISO 200
 

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I got this shot today, little flowers out in the back yard, thought they might look good for this thread :)

[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/thekeddi/6105293616/][img]https://farm7.static.flickr.com/6209/6105293616_3ca6c7a077.jpg[/url]
flowers by mertlee, on Flickr[/IMG]
 

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Beautiful shots everyone! What aperture are y'all setting the lens on?
I've got a plugin to extract exif data from photographs, assuming it hasnt been stripped out. (I leave mine in, usually)
So for the dandelion:
Camera Maker: FUJIFILM

Camera Model: FinePix X100

Image Date: 2011-08-30 10:17:20 +0000

Focal Length: 23mm

Aperture: f/5.0

Exposure Time: 0.0020 s (1/500)

ISO equiv: 250


Theres a lot more info so I didnt put in irrelevancies.

Sadly, Kerri's has been stripped, as had BB's
 

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I got this shot today, little flowers out in the back yard, thought they might look good for this thread :)

[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/thekeddi/6105293616/][img]https://farm7.static.flickr.com/6209/6105293616_3ca6c7a077.jpg[/url]
flowers by mertlee, on Flickr[/IMG]

Gorgeous! So full of happiness and bursting with color and light! Just commented on Flickr, too.:2thumbs:

Armando, I went back and edited my two to add the f stop and ISO for you. It would be great if people included it, agreed.:thiagree:
 

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OK, Mark - your turn!
Hmm..., thanks BB. The often pictured Camellia out the front yard - I can't help it they are pretty impressive in their fleeting perfection - today immaculate, tomorrow withered - this one was just turning. Also thought I'd see how the new Topaz Labs B+W Effects plug-in handled the file. Not bad really. As good as Silver Efex Pro? Well, not quite sure yet but at least Topaz works, my SEP is giving me nothing but curry ATM!!!!
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P.S. Sorry Armando, I forgot.:blush:
hand-held, f5.6, 1/60, ISO500
 

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I've got a plugin to extract exif data from photographs, assuming it hasnt been stripped out. (I leave mine in, usually)...

...Sadly, Kerri's has been stripped, as had BB's


I just saw your reference to my EXIF info being stripped. Very strange since it's all there on Flickr, just click on it and and use the drop down menu. I'm surprised it doesn't show up using the plug in.:confused:
 

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kevenv, your two black and white's have, to me, a film feel about them. Probably it's the all black background which worked out really nicely, I think, to show of nature's ways so beautifully.
 

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View attachment 1815
f/3.6
1/220
ISO 200

View attachment 1814
f/3.2
1/150
ISO 200

Both converted to B&W in LR. Shot against a black background, however I further "blackened" it to even it out and get total black.

These are great Kev! Love the staged portrait look....have a vision of a series of these across a wall. Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing.
 

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I just saw your reference to my EXIF info being stripped. Very strange since it's all there on Flickr, just click on it and and use the drop down menu. I'm surprised it doesn't show up using the plug in.:confused:

A little more research reveals that none of the flickr images posted have EXIF data available via the plugin, in spite of it being on flickr itself. Some daft restriction imposed by flickr I suppose. My shots from imageshack show it ok, as do those posted on this site directly.
 

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