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Examples shot on the 36-megapixel Nikon D810, all handheld, using higher ISO when necessary.
For creative macro work, I prefer handheld shooting as with all these images. This holds true for bees and insects, which often zip from flower to flower rapidly, allowing no time for tripod use Flowers like this are almsot always waving about in the breeze, so manual focus and handheld shooting are all but mandatory to make a sharp image where desired.
Magnification figures in captions are estimates.
The 6480 size is 28 megapixels, which is 88% of the linear resolution of the 7360 X 4912 Nikon D810 originals.These images are spectacular on the 14.2-megapixel display of the iMac 5K.
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