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Estherfu

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I followed the instructions from a DSLR magazine and managed this. It can still be improved in several areas....Thought it will be interesting...

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Estherfu

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Thanks...Catchlights.

See , I've the right title for your pic....:bsmilie: so ingenious to put the $ note !
I just copied the instructions using MnMs....

Yup..will try again .... also with $$ ;)

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Wow nice!!

Is it too much to ask for the technique to be shared? :)

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is macro shot of water droplets on a piece of glass, the water droplet become a tiny lens, so the item you place below the grass, will show on each water droplets.
 

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Thanks Catchlight!

Hmm....didn realised the water droplets are so....perfect =) hahaha

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Hi Esther, I saw this in the magazine too and its very interesting. What lens did you use to shot this? The one in the mag uses a Sigma 150mm f2.8 macro lens :bigeyes:
 

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