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    macro with the DLux4 sausages and dusty pencils

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    It's horrid and cold here today - just a little sunshine for a couple of minutes, so I played with the Dlux4 on macro mode in the kitchen - such fun!

    All of these are hand held, processed from raw in C1 and then finished in Aperture.












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    Re: macro with the DLux4 sausages and dusty pencils

    Hmmmm lecker lecker....
    I do have some of that sausages in our kitchen. Freshly imported from Italy.....
    Hard to resist

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    Re: macro with the DLux4 sausages and dusty pencils

    Great shots Jono. I especially like the texture of the lemon.

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    Re: macro with the DLux4 sausages and dusty pencils

    Plenty here nearly in every house :


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    Agreed, the lemon texture is simply amazing! love how you used the light to get excellent contrast. got to love that summicron lens hehe

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    Re: macro with the DLux4 sausages and dusty pencils

    Thanks everyone for chipping in.
    The sausages are Savoyard - not from Italy (but it's pretty close, we bought them in La Rosiere - just a couple of long drag lifts and a nasty black run through the trees in Thuille from Italy).
    The fact that I take pictures of old lemons and dusty pencils is one of the very few bones of contention in this imaculate and perfectly dusted household . . .
    I think that old lemons are more interesting than new ones, and everyone takes pictures of non-dusty pencils.

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