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Posted by Teresa Hanafin  December 30, 2008 05:33 PM

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A close-up of a leaf by Amanda Galvin-Johnston, our very first Photographer of the Week, graced the pages of the Globe's G section last week.

 
Amanda Galvin-Johnston Leaf

The text says: "A light summer drizzle had just ended when Amanda Galvin-Johnston, a recent RAW Photographer of the Week, noticed that the raindrops on the plants in her Cotuit backyard were glistening. She grabbed her digital SLR, set it to macro mode, and captured this image of water droplets on a leaf (note the drops even on the blade of grass in the background). She had her 18-55mm lends at a focal length of 55mm, and used an f/stop of 5.6 and ISO 320."

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