photoman555: Congrats on your win, ....very nice shot..
thanks ... I had so much pressure; if this shot didn't place well, I'd have to buy my wife a nicer ring!
4x44x484: objectif magnifique...et belle image
SteB: It would be great if someone could translate John Hallmen's children's books from Swedish to English.http://agency.rabensjogren.se/authors-illustrators/Alphabetically/H/John-Hallmen/
John is one of if not the most talented macro photographer I know of. Please check out his work.http://www.johnhallmen.se/https://www.flickr.com/photos/johnhallmen/
Thanks for the link - this is truly spectacular macro photography!!
Michael Piziak: Congrats on the excellent pic and also for placing first in my challenge!
thanks ... making good use of paper clips
RuthC: Congratulations, Wilfried HKG, on first place in 'A Movie Title, with a Twist of Nature' challenge. This delightful entry made me laugh as soon as I saw it, since it meets the humorous theme of the challenge superbly. It is a great picture of a small monkey, with wonderful details and textures in its face, hairy body, and particularly in its left foot. Ruth :-)
Thanks, Ruth, and the movie wasn't bad, either.I was amazed how big the monkey's foot is relative to its head.
RUcrAZ: Congratulations on a great idea and a first-class execution! Very impressive talent!
thanks for your kind words
pwmoree: congrats, well done!
... and only with a wooden camera. Don't try to cheat, I WILL KNOW!
The numbers are a little bit off; a half-pixel shift is not 0.0002mm, but 0.002mm (= 2µm). Also, the tolerance should read ±0.001mm (= 1µm).
thanks ... and just in time for Valentine's Day
yes, your picture shows the same kind of flower
Dlync: Great image and concept.
thankslit from behind with a hand-held torch
MrTaikitso: Want! Finally, a reason to sell my otherwise excellent Samsung EX2F. (Don't laugh, best camera they ever made.) A mix of flip forward screen (good for video not just selfies), pop up VF and the improved lens makes this Sony a dream camera for us street photographers. So hate composing on a screen, not as intimate as a VF. Way to go Sony, and way to improve your still hurting bottom line.
Same here - I also love the EX2F, which is my everyday camera, and I also carry an RX100 (mainly for low-light and for more reach). If the RX100 III had a fully articulated LCD it would be perfect.I will get one.
yes - I think so
DUSTY LENS: Is this the last thing we see when we leave this world ?
That is the last thing the camera sees when a new model comes out.
beautiful, like a painting
Wildbegonia: Like it
thanks - my wife already warned that I will make last place for sending in "trash"
I liked this one the most