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Subject: Any type of coins, only MACRO.
Rules: Post only macro images, all photos must be taken by you.
Posts: One photo per post
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A bit about myself. I been doing weddings, portrait and private events for some years. And one day I discovered how interesting macro world can be with my lens 18-200 Is Canon. After couple of months, decided that this is what I would love to do...
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It was taken at 2:1 magnification with Laowa 60mm 2X ultra macro. No zoom, no crop done. I imported the RAW in Lightroom and played with Tone and Presence, then exported. Nothing else.
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Jan 19, 2021
Hi all . I took this photo using Olympus 60 mm, macro ring flash, I don't remember exactly how many frames, I think 8, stacked in Helicon. ISO 200, 1/60 sec. , f / 5.6, Manual mode. The coin has a diameter of 17.91 mm and has been "one dime" since 1998 .


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