I don’t know what happened today, but it didn’t go as planned. I was hoping to have this posted by now – actually, this morning – but as you can see it is later in the day!
So, here are my images I told you about earlier!
This is a crop from the image above…rotated 180 degrees.
The next two images are crops from the photo above.
Same image, just rotated 180 degrees.
Considering that I took these with my normal lens – EFS 18-55mm – I think they turned out pretty ok! I know once I get the macro/fisheye lens, they’ll be even better.
What are your thoughts?
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