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2015—Roots

Green onions from the farmers’ market are much more robust and healthy looking than the thin, scrawny green onions I usually buy at the supermarket. When I first saw these I thought they were small leeks. I wanted to use my macro lens and get more of the onions in focus so I set the aperture to f/36, the shutter speed to 1/4 second, and the ISO at 250. The depth of field was much deeper with the smaller aperture and I didn’t need to use focus stacking to get everything I wanted in focus and the slow shutter speed worked fine with the flash.

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