Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Little Spunky $#!T, Jul 1, 2002.
The other thread is dying.
It would pry help if I took the pic of a diff item
Nope. Macro shots need a strong shape on a simple background with the background being out of focus (shallow depth of field). You just have a pic of a can
Kinda shitty example, but shows selective focus (I hope Imagestation doesn't kick me in the ass on this one):
alright I see.
I'll try to get me some later on.
Post em too.
here's a bad example.
Yea.... nice GS though
How about this for a macro?
And what would this be classified as? "Opposite of a Macro"?
True macro is the subject of your picture showing up on the negative close to the same size as it is in real life. For example a 1:1 macro shot of a penny would allow ypu to set the penny on the negative and be the exact same size. Macro in general is close focusing on small subjects.
i suck too