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By DesertPat
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Joined:  Mon May 20, 2013 10:42 pm
#347610
Lets see everyones best macro shots of their plants! I'll start with a shot of a 16 day old D. burmanni coloring up nicely already under fluorescent lighting.
burmannii humpty doo.jpg
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Patrick

P.S. Mike I know you have the knack for this type of thing, let's see em!
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By Shadowtski
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#347615
Here are a couple fairly recent shots of my favorites,
Drosera all Boogered up and ready to go.
Seed-Grown capensis Bain's Kloof
Seed-Grown capensis Bain's Kloof
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D. 'Dreamsicle'
D. 'Dreamsicle'
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Drosera ramentacea
Drosera ramentacea
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Pot O' Regias
Pot O' Regias
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By DesertPat
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#347617
Shadowtski wrote:Here are a couple fairly recent shots of my favorites,
Drosera all Boogered up and ready to go.
I especially like that Dreamsicle, I'll have to get me one sometime soon.

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By chomato
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Joined:  Thu Jul 04, 2019 2:36 am
#347618
I've been wanting to find a good macro lenses for my phone so I can take batter pics of seedlings and other plants I've gotten from people here.

Here's a capensis growing out one of the leaves I put in the pot of the (possibly dead?) Mother plant
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By chomato
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#347619
Not so good pic of the D patens gemmae I got from KStap
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By DesertPat
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#347625
One more I have here of a spatulata flower opened up.
Drosera spatulata Tamlin flower.jpg
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By evenwind
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#347647
Some more
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Ping laueana x emarginata
Ping laueana x emarginata
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Bunch of capensis mini red ready to be split
Bunch of capensis mini red ready to be split
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Pygmy drosera (maybe pygmaea) during the 15 seconds it's open
Pygmy drosera (maybe pygmaea) during the 15 seconds it's open
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By chomato
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#347655
What do y'all use to take macro pics of your plants?
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By DesertPat
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#347656
I use this thing attached to the end of this lens with this camera body and this flash. I'm quite happy with the whole rig. I'm holding out on getting a true macro lens until I get a camera with a full size sensor (probably either a Nikon D750 or D810).

Patrick

Edit: I shoot everything in raw and do post-processing with Photoshop CS5.
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By evenwind
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Me, I just use an Olympus TG-4 point-and-shoot in "microscope" (ie. macro) mode. I don't need the flash as my full-spectrum fluorescents create enough light. And I have Paint Shop Pro for post-processing (mainly cropping).
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By DesertPat
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evenwind wrote:Me, I just use an Olympus TG-4 point-and-shoot in "microscope" (ie. macro) mode. I don't need the flash as my full-spectrum fluorescents create enough light. And I have Paint Shop Pro for post-processing (mainly cropping).
Nothing wrong with a point and shoot. Some of my best pictures were taken with a Canon powershot something or another...until I lost the battery and decided to upgrade. You can't beat the convenience of a camera which fits in your pocket.

Patrick
By chomato
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Ha, I figured such awesome pics couldn't be from a phone! I've tried using a magnifying glass and my phone, but they image is never large enough or if I zoom in too much, nothing will be clear!
By Adelae
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#347681
I got a cell phone macro lens with some Christmas money, and it came in the mail right when one of my albino capensis had an open flower. :D
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By Dreadredhead
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Here's a few macro shots of scarlet tears
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