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    Those are really nice, especially the last one!
    There were too many big clouds today, I also had to wait for the sun to re-appear every few minutes when I was taking photos of my drawings xD
    Thank you, I like the last one too. Haha, I really want to get some "summery" photos, with bright flowers and grass and sunshine.. probably won't happen at this rate
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    Thank you, I like the last one too. Haha, I really want to get some "summery" photos, with bright flowers and grass and sunshine.. probably won't happen at this rate
    Yeah, would be nice to have a full day of sun but meh, british weather.
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    Hopefully getting a DSLR next month but for now I've just been stuck using my phone :sad: I mostly edit with Snapseed and then post it on Insta, but sometimes I only use the Insta filters if idc to go too far into it. Here's some stuff I took on a longass walk yesterday




    Clouds are literally the bane of my phone's camera 😒
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    I decided to try photographing some fireworks the other day. I don't think it went too bad for a first attempt:

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    Sestriere at night

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    An RAF Puma flying past the office:


    Random plant in my parents' garden:



    Butterfly at the office, just before I let him out:



    Ant with his dinner:

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    (Original post by Talon)
    An RAF Puma flying past the office:


    Random plant in my parents' garden:



    Butterfly at the office, just before I let him out:



    Ant with his dinner:

    What lens did you use for the ant shot?
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    (Original post by RobML)
    What lens did you use for the ant shot?
    Tamron SP AF 90mm f/2.8. Not the best lens but it has its moments.
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    (Original post by Talon)
    Tamron SP AF 90mm f/2.8. Not the best lens but it has its moments.
    I just use a standard lens with a helicoid adapter for macro, ha

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    (Original post by RobML)
    I just use a standard lens with a helicoid adapter for macro, ha
    Ok.
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    (Original post by Talon)
    Ok.
    Hmm.
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    A few more photos.





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    Mine are mainly celebrity stills and portraits as that is the evening job for me, mind if I share those?
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    Here is one I took the other day. I am just getting into photography and I really like editing photos.
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    https://www.flickr.com/photos/weesam/
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    Fields near Provins


    Residential Neighbourhood in Saint-Malo


    Saint-Malo Seafront


    Esplanade des Invalides, Paris


    From the Eiffel Tower
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    I live near the seaside

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    I generally prefer human subjects, though I don't get a lot of volunteers. I can't share most of my photos due to the subjects, but this one is quite anonymous!
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