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twhamill Feb 20
Thank you for joining my challenge. Good luck!
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twhamill Apr 03
Congratulations Glen!

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Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken at a recent photo club set-up night, where we were to practice our still-life and macro skills, mutually coaching, etc.
Time
2/18/2019, 19:30
Lighting
The lighting was overhead fluorescent fixtures.
Equipment
Nikon D7200, Tamron 16-300mm @ 50mm, 0.4sec @ f16, ISO 100
Inspiration
I liked the still life set-up.
Editing
Because of the lighting conditions, I did some color corrections in Photoshop. Cropping for composition in Lightroom. Detail in onion brought-out with Topaz Studio adjustments.
In my camera bag
I mainly use a Nikon D7200 with a 16-300 Tamron zoom, a 35mm Nikkor prime lens, a 100mm Tokina macro lens, and a 55-300 Nikkor zoom. I routinely carry polarizing filters as well, plus spare batteries and SD cards. When flash may be needed, I carry a Vivitar DF-583. My Sony DSC-W830, a palm-sized 20MP point-and-shoot, is often tucked-in the bag for grabbing opportunistic quick shots. Sometimes I use 35mm film cameras with associated lenses and gadgets: Nikon F2, Nikon FA, and Minolta 7xi.
Feedback
If you have an opportunity to join a local photography club, do it. Engage in group photo shoots. Mutual coaching is generally a good thing.

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