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    E-510, 35mm 3.5 Macro - ISO100 - 1Sec @ f6.3 - Natural Light, custom OT WB. Please share your comments/Criticisms. Thanks!

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    That's a very nice shot. I like the composition and really like the isolation with the black background.

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    No criticism here. I think the composition and angle are perfect, and the colors stand out from the black background very well. Lighting seems to be spot on, too. Very interesting to look at.

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    I like it very much. Good job!
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    Mmm. Really good.

    It's funny, but the better shots attract the shortest comments.

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    Awesome micro shot!!!! It feels like I can almost touch it!......

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    AbeakerZ and Ann said it all. Well done!

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    Striking.
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    The black background was a good choice. really makes the flowers stand out, plus it complements the orange.

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    Thanks all for the kind words. I hated to pull the flower apart, but I loved the color of the pollen!

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