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Jody Melanson
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Post by Jody Melanson »




These were captured from my bedroom window during a snowfall. I used the Canon 1D Mark II N to the body was attached 3 extension tubes, then a Sigma 150 Macro lens attached to the tubes, then a Canon 50/1.8 reversed on the front of the Sigma.

All are Handheld. Mostly full frame.
Capturer of God's Creations.

There is a fine line between a hobby and mental illness.

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Post by augusthouse »

To use a classic quote from 'Antz' - "I almost know exactly what I'm doing!"

Ken Ramos
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Post by Ken Ramos »

This is something we seldom see, probably because it takes a lot of hardware and patience to capture. Absolutely beautiful Jody, all three! :D

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Post by beetleman »

Incredible photos Jody. You must have arms of steel to be able to handhold that setup and get such great photos.
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Post by Carl_Constantine »

I am constantly amazed at your images. They just get better and better. These snowflakes are wonderful examples of the world around us. Nice captures. Those would make great background images on your computer monitor (hint hint).
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