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sent on May 22, 2020 (16:18) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)
Personally I think in consideration of the particular subject you should have looked for a greater depth of field to have a better readability both on the subject and in the drops. Of course as far as the free hand allowed. Personally I think in consideration of the particular subject you should have looked for a greater depth of field to have a better readability both on the subject and in the drops. Of course as far as the free hand allowed.
Yes Pigi47, as far as the free hand allowed. I could not use a tripod because there was no space to put it, and these plants are deeeple protected. I did not want to damage them: so, free hand. ¿A greater Depth of Field? Yes, it was possible using a bigger f/. In fact I have those images, but then there were problems with difraction, mainly in the glitter of those "drops" which are plant elements to glue insects and later digest them. For me the image was worse. I sacrificed the DoF instead of those highlights. The other possibilty to have a biger DoF is use a smaller focal macro objective (which I did not have that time), or a larger (and heavier) macro teleobjective, which also implies use of tripod and, again, it was not possible. Anyway, I know the image is not perfect, but if you like it and you stop to make your comments... I like it. I thank you very much.
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