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Very nice picture Bill... do we need to ask what the next few moments brought about?? :wink:

Thanks for sharing it...
 
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Thanks for the wonderful comments you guys!! I took nearly 100 shots in this sitting and this was the only one that came out good. I'm not 100% satisfied with the depth of field as the legs were out of focus. Oveerall, I think it's a good photo that deserved the comical twist I added. Thanks!

-Bill J.
 

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DOF is a tough issue. I find it a bit easier on the smaller frogs, ans actually have a tough time with it on the larger ones.

You get VERY good pictures out of a 3mp camera. Some of the best macros I have seen out of a 3mp for that matter.

Again very good picture,

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Thanks for the wonderful comments you guys!! I took nearly 100 shots in this sitting and this was the only one that came out good. I'm not 100% satisfied with the depth of field as the legs were out of focus. Oveerall, I think it's a good photo that deserved the comical twist I added. Thanks!

-Bill J.
 
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Kyle...actually it's 4mp. ;) I would love to get a set of coated Hoya macro lenses to help alleviate the DOF issue....which is a very tough area like you said.

-Bill J.
 
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Great pic of a great frog there bill. I can't wait to start getting into thumbs.
 

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Opps my fault thought it was a 3.2, but guess it is a 4.1. Af for the filters you will have even more DOF problems with them. It reduces it down to nothing in some cases. You end up increasing the aperture (to increase DOF) so you end up needing more light (flash). Thust my issue... DSLRs help with useable higher isos, but I still plan to get a ring flash when I upgrade.

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Kyle...actually it's 4mp. ;) I would love to get a set of coated Hoya macro lenses to help alleviate the DOF issue....which is a very tough area like you said.

-Bill J.
 
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