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Yellerz

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Sold all my gear, decided to use my phone!

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Forgot the cards last night so I just had to pick them this morning

Week 6 Macro

Photograph Buttons

Buttons are everyday objects that upon closer inspection, offer up a world of macro photographic opportunities. Weather in a group or all by itself, a button can be a wonderful intricate little work of art. Don't limit yourself to the world of fashion! Buttons that serve as switches can also be fantastic subjects to shoot.


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mine this week

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I was gonna put a shutter button on too, in fact I will anyway what the hell.

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THE HERON WHISPERER [biggrin]

Sold all my gear, decided to use my phone!

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LOL I have a box of stuff [wink]

Week 7 Macro

Photograph Utensils

Chances are, you use them every day. They come in a variety of designs, shapes and sizes – but beyond their practical use, we hardly pay them a second thought. Your challenge is to turn an ordinary utensil into something extraordinary. Show us a fork used in a way it was not intended. How about a reflections in the curved bowl of a spoon.


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my efforts this week.

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Week 8 Macro
Photograph Broken Glass


Talk about your one of a kind subjects – the chaotic patterns created by a break in plate glass become intricate designs never to be repeated the same way twice. Don't limit yourself to just windows, broken wine glasses, reading glasses or lightbulbs would offer up some wonderful photographic challenges. Just be careful of sharp edges.
 

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Broken glass. Barmoor Castle

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Nikon D500,MB D17 Battery grip.
Nikon 18-105 mm,Nikon 35mm f1.8 G, Nikon 80-400 f4-5.6 G AFS, Sigma 105mm f2.8 macro. Nikon 12-24 mm f4. Nikon 17-55 f2. 8

Lee filters: Foundation kit. Super Stopper,Big Stopper,Little Stopper. Lee IRND 0.9, Lee ND 0.3,0.6,0.9 Hard & Soft grads.Lee landscape polariser.

Nissin Di700 .

Manfrotto 055 Pro 4 tripod, Induro Monopod. Kirk L bracket.
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