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Taken from the Stage built for

Close-Up Photography

 

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Close-Up pictures are generally a bit harder to take than casual pictures taken outside.  I is usually desired to get a greater depth of field requiring a smaller aperture opening than normally used.  All other things being equal this means that more light is required or a longer exposure.  Indoor lighting is usually a bit dimmer than outside an casts a more yellow image.  Also, it is almost impossible to hold a camera steady enough to prevent blurring.  The following images are samples of what can be done with a few inexpensive tools and a couple of ordinary, very low-cost digital cameras.

 

 

 

  

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Beaded Christmas ornament.

 

  

Filigree Jewelry Bead Findings

 

  

Filigree Stamping.

 

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Simple Ring

 

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Iron Pyrite (fools gold).

 

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Leopard Skin Jasper

 

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Jasper?

 

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Quartz

 

  

Neighborhood Gossip

 

Computer dragon.  This is my personal favorite.

 

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Just good friends.

 

Who, me?

 

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Catching Butterflies by the book

 

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This guy is very pretty ... for a gargoyle.

 

Twin Dragons

Twin Dragons

 

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Christmas Gargoyle

 

 

                                                              

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High Priest and unwanted helper

 

Box for game tokens

 

a little choo-choo treasure

 

   

A truly unusual golden spike

 

WarHammer gaming figure, Magician.

 

  

  

Small box

 

  

  

 

        

   

 

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Last update   7/26/2012