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    Macro and Flora Moderator Jonathan Ashton's Avatar
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    Sorry I don't know what the species is. It is approx 1.25-1.5cm width. Next time I will try to remember a sheet of muslin or something like that so the light is completely diffused.

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    Just love the framing and tones of this canvas. TFS

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    Hi Jon, like this a to, reminds me of Salmon eggs...

    Couldn't resist a play, yes it's probably too saturated, but I think you can pull more detail out as presented. I would also perhaps think about darking the BKG and slightly lift the FG to get that layering, just a thought. Like the experimenting side Jon, I must admit the R5 and internal stacking could be an interesting proposition.

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    Love a nice image of some funky fungus. This one looks great. Really neat looking. Depth of field looks right on.

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