This isn't an especially exciting shot, but it was fun to set up. What wasn't so much fun was cloning out all the dust spots: and at f/32 there were quite a lot, despite the fact that it isn't all that long since I cleaned my sensor.

On another matter: I've altered the way that images are displayed on chromasia, at least for those of you who have larger screens; i.e. if your browser window is full-screen with a resolution of around 1280 x 1024 you should find that a 3x2 image is now 1030px wide rather than 800px. If you're using a smaller screen, or have JavaScript disabled, you won't see the difference, but those of you with bigger screens should be able to enjoy a noticeably larger image. I'm not planning on resizing older images, and have only implemented the change on the main index page and the individual archive pages (so far), but would be grateful of your feedback, particularly in terms of usability, errors, and so on. I'd especially like to hear from people using IE on a PC as I don't have a PC with a large enough monitor to run any tests.

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4.53pm on 3/10/07
Canon 1Ds Mark II
EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM
f/32.0
1s
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+1/3
evaluative
100
no
RAW
C1 Pro
minor
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