|11-19-2012 04:41 PM|
Here is a good list of available macro lenses.
|11-18-2012 03:44 AM|
|11-18-2012 01:24 AM|
Back when I had a saltwater tank, this picture was in the sump, through the plexiglass (had alittle problem lol!) canon macro lens
|11-17-2012 11:32 PM|
|SMB||psalm, Very hard to work with moving subjects. Difficult to focus. This shot took about an hour of trial and error. It is an UW image taken with a Nikon D2xs, Lens Baby in an Aquatica housing.|
|11-17-2012 07:25 PM|
|psalm18.2||How's it do with fish?|
|11-17-2012 06:53 PM|
This was taken with a Lens Baby and +6 diopter.
Just another way to do close ups.
|11-16-2012 12:10 PM|
I will try to go out tomorrow and get some more pictures from the park if the weather is good.
|11-15-2012 04:04 PM|
|Revonok||Phenomenal photos! I just ordered my first macro lense kit, very excited.|
|11-15-2012 01:12 PM|
|Patriot||Thank you for the link.|
|11-15-2012 03:12 AM|
Here is a short article that covers just what you were asking in the original post:
|11-14-2012 09:45 PM|
|150EH||Thanks, I think 2 & 4 were taken with an Olympus E3 and a 50mm f2, and 1,3, & 5 with an Olympus E510 and the same lens.|
|11-14-2012 03:35 PM|
Back to flowers.
This is another Lotus shot with a Nikon 70-200mm lens, +3 diopter and 20mm extension tube, available light on a tripod.
(When I look at the enlarged image it is not as sharp, looses something on importing.)
Nice Dragon fly!
|11-14-2012 03:28 PM|
I think Kenko has a very good set and they are the ones I have used for several years. 12, 20, and 36mm for around $200. They are pretty rugged and you may be able to find a used set.
This is a 105mm Macro lens shot with just a bit of fill flash. Did not get the light on the head and the background a little to busy.
|11-14-2012 02:10 PM|
|Patriot||I heard that Kenko was some of the best extension tubes but they are really expensive. Are there any like them for a lower price?|
|11-14-2012 12:46 PM|
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