20 Dollar Bill Macro Andrew Jackson

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    This was a random idea I had late last night while wanting to photograph something and not really having anything in mind. It was a curiosity more so than a photo idea, but I suppose it can be both. This is a macro photo of Andrew Jackson's eyes on the $20 bill.

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    Nikon D80
    Nikon 50mm 1.8 reversed on 3 extension tubes
    Lit with bounced on camera flash.

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    1. ♥ Mary Moore 40 months ago | reply

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    2. KatieKal 40 months ago | reply

      Ahhh, It is nice to see there are other photographers out there that get that desire to play with their camera at odd hours. Very creative and very interesting. Love seeing what others are coming up with. Great Job and please keep playing.

    3. tat2dmom88 40 months ago | reply

      great picture :) love to see the close up detail

    4. Jeff Briggs Photography 40 months ago | reply

      Thank you all so much for your comments. I am so happy to see that I am not the only one who was interested in seeing this up close. I have my reservations about taking photo of other people's art, which technically this is, but in this case it was more so about the detail of the subject than the subject itself. Thank you all for commenting!

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