Saturday, July 24, 2010

The Brenda Photo Challenge - Ruby Red Macro

Brenda over at The Brenda Photo Challenge blog has another challenge going. This theme is using the macro setting on your camera for anything red. It's been awhile since I've done one of these challenges. It's fun to see everyones photos. So here are mine. Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend and try to stay cool!!




16 comments:

  1. Great Reds!!! Love the Apple! So glad you played along with us!
    I'll have the next Challenge posted by Sun evening!

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  2. Great pictures....love that red apple! Very nice captures.

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  3. nice photos...incredible clarity on the apple.

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  4. Super reds! I always find it difficult to shoot red blooms but you do a great job of it! The apple makes me want to take a bite.

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  5. Crunch! Crunch! sorry just tasting your apple. Great pictures with brilliant detail, well done.

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  6. Great job especially on that apple. Looks yummy. Those flowers are beautiful. ~Jeanne

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  7. Wonderful job! I love the composition of the tulip! Glad to see you participate again. Isn't it fun to see everyone's take on the theme and the great variety?

    I got to thinking about your header picture. That sure looks like one of the primitive outbuildings at Cades Cove in the Smokies. I love that picture.

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  8. Great shots, don't know why i didn't think of foods. We shared a impatien moment.

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  9. That apple is just beautiful!

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  10. Great macro pictures! Love the apple!

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  11. Hey, Tammy! It looks like the Topaz Simply plug-in program will work for PaintShop Pro! You can do a free 30-day download to try it. And the cost of the program is really inexpensive at $40. Here's more information:

    http://www.topazlabs.com/simplify/#6

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  12. Love your pictures! The Tulip is my favorite!

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  13. My macro on my new camera is horrid.
    I loved my older one, but can't find the cord to it, so need to find it so I can use that for macro and night vision.

    Debbie

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