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Wim van Egmond
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Post by Wim van Egmond »

Just some ideas on the 'background' matter. In many cases you have to deal with a background that is noit very even. I always try to use the background in the composition. This is a relatively o.k. result. :) But I would have prefered the background tro be less prominent. I would now do it differently. I am still learning :) This was taken when I just started to do macro this year.

See background2 posting for another solution.

I hope this doesn;t sound to mych wise guy-like. I am justing thinking aloud. :)


Ken Ramos
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Not too bad a photograph there Wim, the background is a bit distracting and a little noisy, discussions on such things is what the forums are all about too. So, you're not sounding like a "wise guy." Thanks Wim. :D

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Post by beetleman »

I think he is a "wise Man" :smt023 . I am always learning something from you Wim, especially in the micro dept. :D
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