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My thang

Postby wigglebuguk » Tue Dec 04, 2012 3:15 pm

Hi there this is my "craft" i am unable to do much now due to the fibro and the MS so i have turned to photography but of nature not people and i mainly do Macro, i am now in to my 3rd month of teaching myself

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Re: My thang

Postby FluppyPuffy » Tue Dec 04, 2012 5:07 pm

They're lovely shots, they remind me of the kinds of shots you see in nature articles and calendars and things :clap: :clap: :clap:

You'll have to excuse my lack of technical knowledge when it comes to photography, all I know about Macro is that is usually involves very small subjects being photo'd really close~up. No doubt there is far more to it than that so you can capture shots, esp ones like the water droplet on the leafy/grassy plant. I would imagine that had to be caught at the exact, right moment to get the right effect.
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Re: My thang

Postby wigglebuguk » Tue Dec 04, 2012 5:38 pm

BOth were taken in the garden top is a blade of grass with some dew on it and the other is a dandelion

Yeah basically macro is just close up shots with strong lenses on the camera and lots of light :)

Thank you, i am still learning, but its nice to get out and take the pics when stuck in a wheelchair when outside :/
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Re: My thang

Postby Aliscat64 » Sat Dec 08, 2012 6:21 pm

They are just gorgeous. I love photography............ I am a mum, cat lover and childminder so you can guess what an awful lot of them involve.................yes kids and cats :lol:

Really wanting another hobby do to with the tv in the evenings as I read books and watch dvds but i have osteoarthritis in my hands so with fibro it I struggle to do very fine things........... so wish i could crochet [ two left hands :lol: ]


I know im very lucky I am not half as bad as a lot of the FMs sufferers on this site so should make do with what I have.

Would love to see more of of your piccies, it takes all my time through the fibro fog to remember what button does what on my camera.
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