spider, macro photography, long exposure, F/18

Practicing The Craft ~ Ten Second Exposure F/18 ~ Good Looking Spider

Lately slow shutter speed combined with a F/ of 14 up to 32 has intrigued me. Today a ten second exposure combined with F/18 produced a good macro photography shot of a very much alive spider. With a bit of luck and a dollop more of skill I just might get a great shot!

The Old Man

 

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3 comments on “Practicing The Craft ~ Ten Second Exposure F/18 ~ Good Looking Spider

  1. High fstops in close up, macro, can lead to diffraction and be soft or go out of focus. My limit is f14, for others f11. Just so yo know. Cambridge in color has a good piece on it.

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