Protea via Zerene stacker A7R macro

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tex
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Like?
Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not
In reply to DUSTY LENS, 7 months ago

Personally I could very much see how something like this should be preternaturally perfect.  But this is not my area---the work I do of this nature in which I would use this technique(which I haven't yet, but have and am still considering) it has more to do with imperfection, decay, & etc.  Although I am thinking of another body of work I'm gearing up to do that might need this unusual level of perfection.

So, in this case I was mostly interested in the technical aspects of what you had done with this camera, and less the subject matter or other aesthetic qualities---a large measure of which in this case have to do with the technical aspects of the image making, much like botanical images and other like material from past centuries.

I was merely struck by what was evident in one part of the image and not in another, in the context of a number of threads and comments on this forum about this camera.

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