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A shot of some heirloom tomatoes before becoming part of this evening's dinner salad.
I guess technically speaking, this isn't really a macro shot, but it will just have to do this week.
Happy Macro Monday to all flickr folk. (Theme this week is Red and Green)
This is the second of a series of "studio" shots.
I dedicate this picture to our friend www.flickr.com/photos/piscesromance/
Just when you thought you seen it all from me:-)
I left these vine ripe tomatoes to ripen even more,
The results are what you might have expected,
Little baby Tomatoes.....
Trhovisko Miletičova - Bratislava - Slovakia/Slovensko
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Die letzten Tomaten dieses Sommers aus meinem Garten
Thanks for the visit and the comments :-)
Thought of this shot when my daughter stepped on a tomato in the garden and the seeds shot out. This cherry tomato is much smaller than store bought ones with it only 13mm in diameter.
Taken for the Macro Monday theme, "Fruit."
Exposure of 10 seconds
I intensively managed the lighting and exposure...
Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 24-105mm f/4 L IS
First one off our backyard plant :)
set yourself a challenge-simplicity
"Those 1st tomatoes of the season always
bring me to me knees! Salads will be so
much better now that the fresh, right off the
vine, garden tomatoes are comin' in! Not
to mention that all time Southern Summer
Staple....the tomato sandwich! Now, that's
good eatin', Y'all!"
"I declare, every year, that the tomato
sandwich was invented so we wouldn't
have to cut the stove on during the hot-
test part of the day. Some of us honest-
ly do have us one for lunch every day.
Just wash, slice, slather that mayo be-
tween two pieces of white (by all means
white) bread, lay that slice of heaven on
and we're eatin' high on the hog and
lovin' every bite of it!" LOL
TTYL....my sandwich is gettin' soggy!
I've not done much table top stuff recently but I have a project in mind to capture various fruits and vegetables. Today I was trying to find a set up that I would use as a start point.
White seamless. Yongnuo 460 at 1/2 through translucent umbrella camera right at 45° & Yongnuo 460 at 1/4 through translucent umbrella above subject angled slightly backwards.
I think that I may need to angle the overhead light further back to move the shadows behind the subject.