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Wednesday, March 30, 2005

My Pet Dog


Fuji S7000 @ 37mm (35mm equiv), 1/250 sec, f/8, ISO 200
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Well, it's as close as I've got. The recently relegated Fuji came back out for some macro action tonight. It really does have a good macro function - this shot was taken about an inch in front of the dog. The quality lighting is thanks to a very inexpensive desk lamp from IKEA.

4 Comments:

Anonymous luminouslens said...

I love this camera. I used to borrow it from school (before they sent it back to Fuji for repairs).

This is a great macro. You got a great amount of DOF. I also really like the dark background and the amount of black space above the dog. Great photo!

4:32 am, March 31, 2005  
Blogger John said...

Thanks a lot. It's a great camera to complement my D70... I'm really enjoying using it again.

Glad you like the photo, cheers!

4:41 pm, April 02, 2005  
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