Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by djzic, 24 May 2011.
Nice, I'm posting some more later.
I await no longer
here my shots
This is not meant to be an arty image - just showing the insane capabilites of DSLR with a 1:1 macro lens
Pictured is my GTX470 last week when I started to take the Thermalright stuff off; the red box is the location of the second image, which is a 100% crop - detail is astounding.
What camera and lens is that?
Canon 5D and Sigma 105mm f/2.8 (and, importantly, a 580EX II for key light)
To avoid confusion, the second image is not a crop of the first
Here you go Dj:
Why thank you
Getting better, no clingfilm?
But still something seems weird about the focus...
I'm going to cry....
What camera do you have mate?
Nothing exceptionally good, a FujiFilm Finepix S5600 (Bridge, fixed lens). Lots of noise, so I'm getting a 40D and tamron 90mm macro soon
I kind of know what you mean about the focus. It's there but not in the right position sometimes? Now then, it seems that I'll be the only person without a macro lens, you all make my D50 feel inferior.
Nah, it's a bloody good camera considering it's pretty old. The stupid thing is, there's a 200mm macro lens with a 52mm nikon fitting just lying around in my form. I might nab it, they're not using it.
What shutter speed were you using? The most recent images you posted don't look out of focus to me, just a bit shakey.
If you are taking macro with slow shutter speeds, you need a tripod and timed shutter release to eliminate camera shake.
Have one mate, they were very quick photos. It's doesn't help that my arms act like jelly.
Precisely - which outlines the main advantage of using timed shutter release: you ain't touching the camera when it takes the picture
I need to work on my macro chops again...it's great fun!
Yours were great photos! Do some more macro.
Wow, like you said, the board is good for photos!
Got some pictures of my new vengeance blue, on a A2 piece of paper like Dj suggested. They look great!
^ Looks like you need to give your sensor a bit of a clean bud, there's some big dust spots visible in your pics (top-left corner and middle-right)
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