Trying my for these few pics..


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Sawthree

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comments and information and lesson for me please..thank you
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zac08

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Increase the DOF slightly and get a higher shutter speed to reduce your movement blur.

Also, the flowers seem over-exposed. Do note on that.
 

Bored Dad

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1. Beautiful butterfly with striking colour.
2. Photo appears to be over exposed and out of focus, or hand shake
3. Flower is way too bright (over exposed) that destroyed it beauty
4. Think there is a soft blur effect but it didn't work for the photo
 

night86mare

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to be brutally honest
i do not like this picture

maybe sharpness is a bourgeois concept
but it is my preference for almost all macros that there be some sharpness, if not can just use nonmacro lens or nonmacro equipment to take it and call it macro
and of course, we all want to see the eyes in sharp focus at the bare minimum

i am not sure what you have done here, perhaps diffuse glow + some soft blur effect
but it does not relaly work, gives a very unnatural feeling, out of this world is fine, but this is way out

but otherwise, this is a difficult butterfly to capture with wings open, if i recall
one of the pansies? no butterfly expert
 

zac08

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to be brutally honest
i do not like this picture

maybe sharpness is a bourgeois concept
but it is my preference for almost all macros that there be some sharpness, if not can just use nonmacro lens or nonmacro equipment to take it and call it macro
and of course, we all want to see the eyes in sharp focus at the bare minimum

i am not sure what you have done here, perhaps diffuse glow + some soft blur effect
but it does not relaly work, gives a very unnatural feeling, out of this world is fine, but this is way out

but otherwise, this is a difficult butterfly to capture with wings open, if i recall
one of the pansies? no butterfly expert
Blue Pansy. They rest open wing on the grass in the late morning and late afternoon if you know where to look for them.
 

advrider

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not very sharp, use monopod to steady your shot. :)
 

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