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    TM's Macro-ish photography

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    macro \'mak-(.)ro-\ aj [macr-] 1: excessively developed : LARGE, THICK 2: of or involving large quantities 3: GROSS

    Taking close-up pictures of small things is called "macro photography." I have no idea why. Perhaps because the small things in macro photography are generally larger than the things you are taking pictures of when doing "micro photography". If you really want to be pedantic then you should say you are doing "photomacrography".
    So far I've only got a few pictures, and they all have water in them :P
    I hope everyone likes them, even though the second two have horrible lighting.

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    Hopefully I'll have some more before too long. Comments?

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    thats pretty cool =) i remember your lillypad one from along time ago but anyway that is an interesting type of picture. i love water particles.
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    Those look cool, nice job on capturing those. It's a very interesting idea, and highly unique, so I like it. I think I like the first one the most, but they're all nice.

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    the pictures are to cluttered theres two much going on, everybody goes for the watter drop picture its a very cliche idea. But the first one at least has a focus use in it, good job for firsts, keep practicising.
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    That's a pretty cool idea, I've never heard of it before. Looks pretty cool, I might try it some time.
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    Oh yes, more of these would be awesome. Really helps an animator capture the realism.

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    I just noticed something. I can see TM in the reflection of the water! D:

    Damn you're ugly. j/k :P
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