|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
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As your lens is not a dedicated macro, parang masyadong malapit ang lens sa subject coin, hindi tuloy masyadong optimum ang sharpness. The f/5.6 setting is a good aperture opening for this type of close-up photography without a tripod but it may be good to position the cam farther from the subject to achieve an effective sweet distance to sharpness range, then crop. It is a well conceived idea. Ingatz.
- [2009-11-24 5:54]
I love macros, and also like the news
interesting visual of money, the more I
that reinforces the member Danilo said about macro.
The definition does not this good,
more I'm sure you already got the message.
Very well done,
- [2009-11-24 9:17]
Very interesting and beautiful image that one suggest it. Excellent idea to play your part in national currency.
In order to work I think this shot needs more sharpness and resolution - it may be the sort of shot that can only be achieved with a proper macro lens? This looks like a crop of a larger shot, to me?
Personally I find the signature is very distracting and ruins the image!
Just my thoughts!
ganda sana pero feeling ko cropped photos ito? tama ba ako dun? or kung hindi man masyado ka malapit at nag blurred na yung focus mo, lagyan mo ng konting composition at panigurado gaganda ng husto ang mga kuha mo hehehe! kung gusto mo talaga masubukan ang kitlens mo try mo kumuha ng reverse macro ring i think it will cost for about 30DHS! im sure mas lalo ka magugulat kung ano ang magagawa ng kitlens mo?...Just to my cents! kapatid!
regards at mabuhay,