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    Default Bee in Flight.

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    D500, nikon 105mm, f5.6, 1/2000, iso560

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    Subject is not Sharp enough for me. I see motion blur and background is not pleasing as well.

    Critical Sharpness is on the flower not on the Bee...

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    Agree with Krishna on this one. I've never really tried any type of shooting like this.

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    Well I admire your effort Dan, these shots are not easy and I'd say you are well on the way, not quite there but nearly.
    Hoping to do stuff like this, I have gone to Olympus and they have "ProCapture" modes for this type of subject.

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