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  1. It turns into a macro lens. Nikon D5300, AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR, Raw format, 67 mm lens reversal ring for £10.99. Not bad. A normal macro lens could cost more than £300.
  2. If you look at the DOF, you can see it is very thin, a problem with macro photography. Plus, the texture of the thing it's on is plastic. These are some indercations that it's a macro shot. It's a melon seed.
  3. Ha, ha!!!! However, @Smee Again got it right- it's a seed, a melon seed to be exact.
  4. Good guess but no. Take a closer look at the texture of it. Plus the shape. Try to reconstruct it in your head.
  5. Who needs Photoshop, that all I can say! 😂😂 Fantastic job there!
  6. It was taken by reversing my AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR Nikon lens. Camera: Nikon D5300 File format: RAW (that's how I got the amazing tonal range)
  7. Sorry about that. It sometimes takes 2-3 minutes with a document size of, say, 6000*4000. I didn't have any other filters. I have 4 GB RAM and an Intel Core i5.
  8. I use the live defringing filter all the time. However, I have found it takes a long time to flatten it. Is this a bug or is there a way to resolve this?
  9. Ah yes, now that is much better! Nice sharp petals and the bee not blured due to motion blur. All in all a very good photo! Well done!
  10. Fantastic photos! I'd suggest using a higher shutter speed though- something like 1/300 or more, if you took them on a DSLR. Well done though! 😀
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