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    Default Busy Bee.

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    Taken in the garden on a hot summer afternoon.

    Canon 5D Mk3. Sigma 150mm f2.8 Macro. Handheld. Touch of fill flash Photoshop PS6
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    Nice image. Bee is sharp with a lot of details. Nice composition with petals in left lower corner lead into image. Not sure about oof petals on left. Overall, a very nice image.

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    Nicely processed and very good details. the bee and flower are just a little large in the frame for my personal taste, had they been a little smaller you would have had that bit more DOF. What aperture did you use... f8???

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    I like it. Backing off some and cropping would give you more depth of field. This is sharp where it should be right on the bee. I like the composition as is.

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    Hi David,
    nice sharpness on the bee and I like the color tones. I could see a version where you cropped some off the bottom to eliminate some of the oof foreground element.
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