Sunday, June 28, 2015

Macro Mondays ~ Seeing Double

 This week's Flickr Macro Mondays theme is "Seeing Double".
I'm a little jealous of the cameras that have
 "in camera" double, triple etc. exposure settings.
"Magic Lantern" is a free firmware that
supposedly has the ability to do this but I'm a
little afraid to download it to my camera (by memory card). 
If  you are familiar with ML or use it, 
please leave a comment with your input/advice.
I captured the above photo by shooting through a
piece of clear glass with texture, which
gave my shot a blurry effect.
Seeing double after one to many barley pops!
Equipment used Canon EOS 60D camera and
 my lens is EF 100mm f2.8L Macro IS USM.
Like a challenge?
Join Macro Mondays on Flicker, here.
I also shared with these Macro groups (no theme):
 "Macro Monday 2" a Monday photo gallery (here),
and a Sunday photo gallery called "i heart macro" (here).
The picture that you took with your camera
 is the imagination you want to create with reality.” 
 — Scott Lorenzo
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