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grevillea macro 2 by nadine henley
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a Perth northern suburbs grevillea closeup

Shot with Nikon D700, 105mm macro lens, ISO200, f/29, 15sec, flash, 2 tripods, liveview

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  • Joanne  Bradley
    Joanne Bradleyover 3 years ago

    Oh my those shapes are just fantastic! Wonderful composition and capture of light Nadine!

  • thank you, dear jpoanne! I think tomorrow is the deadline for the POTY challenge and I am all macro’d out!

    – nadine henley

  • Matt Penfold
    Matt Penfoldover 3 years ago

    Wow,that is a really impressive macro image Nadine, the colours are amazing :)

  • thanks so much, matt – I’ve been working hard on macros all month for a challenge. Hope all’s well with you!

    – nadine henley

  • natalie angus
    natalie angusover 3 years ago

    WOW!!

  • good enough for the POTY competition, then???? I think this will be my last substitution! but it has been fun.

    – nadine henley

  • Dieter Tracey
    Dieter Traceyover 3 years ago

    wonderful work Nadine! I’m curious about your thinking behind the flash/natural light combo, do you mind giving me a hint..? It certainly works a treat!

  • thanks, dieter – I use the Nikon speedlight kit which comes with two flash units on a ring around the front of the lens (they use the same sort of kit on CSI for forensic photographs!). The new trick I’ve discovered is using liveview for even extra sharpness – and the black backdrop (my graduation gown hung on another sort of pole contraption) helped to enhance the coloursI think. the colours certainly look better than in the shots without the black background. Hope that helps and thanks for asking!

    – nadine henley

  • Dieter Tracey
    Dieter Traceyover 3 years ago

    aaaahhh… yeah, they’re cool! A friend of mine uses that speedlight kit for medical photography, and it occasionally gets seconded for macro work on weekends… ;)

  • my husband just told me I must be doing something wrong with the flash for it to take 15 secs. so back to the drawing board tomorrow.

    – nadine henley

  • natalie angus
    natalie angusover 3 years ago

    Nadine, this is amazing, looks like fire……my favourite of all the entries – way to go with the final hour sprint to the finish line.

  • that’s so kind of you, last month’s winner, natalie! thanks again :)

    – nadine henley

  • Dieter Tracey
    Dieter Traceyover 3 years ago

    not necessarily, I figured that you were balancing flash with ambient light deliberately (which is why I asked, and that seems to make sense at f/29)… since the flash is instantaneous your exposure may as well be 1/500s if you’re not going to try and get ambient light involved. Do some experimenting, I’d be curious to see the difference between straight flash and a mix of both… Cheers :) Dieter

  • missmoneypenny
    missmoneypennyover 3 years ago

    Beautiful!

  • Thank you, chris!

    – nadine henley

  • JUSTART
    JUSTARTover 3 years ago

    beautiful shot and detail

  • thanks, sylvia

    – nadine henley

  • FelicityB
    FelicityBover 3 years ago

    Now that certainly is a macro!!

  • thanks so much, felicity

    – nadine henley

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