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Mar
30
comment Ideas for Macro Photography
You get a bottle, fill it with water and some oil drops, you take the bottle and put it on colorful object (your Hawaiian shirt maybe) under good light source (ideally the sun) and get so close to the bottle with your lens, you will see small colored drops
Mar
29
revised Ideas for Macro Photography
original question title doesn't sound right based on the question body
Mar
29
suggested suggested edit on Ideas for Macro Photography
Mar
29
comment Ideas for Macro Photography
@Dreamager I believe that s/he is using a Macro lens
Mar
29
answered Ideas for Macro Photography
Mar
29
answered What can be done using a 18-55mm lens?
Mar
28
accepted How can I tell when to stop adding an effect?
Mar
28
comment How can I tell when to stop adding an effect?
+1 for "I've found a useful technique is to switch between the original and the edited version. By doing this even minor changes sometimes look drastic"
Mar
28
asked How can I tell when to stop adding an effect?
Mar
28
awarded  Teacher
Mar
28
answered How to reproduce this dark-toned color effect?
Mar
9
comment Does a centered object get attention?
+1 Thanks for this info
Mar
8
accepted Does a centered object get attention?
Mar
8
asked Does a centered object get attention?
Mar
6
awarded  Critic
Mar
6
comment Lightroom vs Photoshop vs etc
Question is vague, however, consider Photoshop if you to control everything and do low level editing. Lightroom is excellent for retouching but doesn't have all Photoshop feature (because it's cheaper), for example it won't let you select specific pixels and add it to other image.
Jan
4
asked What is the technical difference between focus and zooming?
Dec
23
accepted Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 Di LD Macro Zoom Lens for Canon Digital SLR Cameras for Canon Rebel T3i
Dec
23
comment Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 Di LD Macro Zoom Lens for Canon Digital SLR Cameras for Canon Rebel T3i
@mattdm Third, confusing a word with another doesn't mean that I didn't bother myself with searching, I "bothered" myself googling for a lens which by the way has "Macro" in its name, anyway it's my fault. Fourth, I think it's really fine to ask if a 3rd party lens will be supported for my camera. Fifth, I looked at the question your are claiming as a duplicate and it's a general question, it's not specific for the lens I'm asking for. I do really appreciate what you're doing to keep this forum useful. Keep it up
Dec
23
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