Some recent experiments with 100f2.8

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Some recent experiments with 100f2.8

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I have been experimenting with light and flashes with 100f2.8 mounted on my A99M2 and having a lot of fun, not to mention
learning a thing or two about the my set up and technique.

This one is at f18, 2.5s, no flash but the flower is painted with light with a flash light.

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This one is at f8, 1/13s, no flash and PWL with flash light.

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This one is taken around 4pm in sunlight. I used f29, yes it is NOT 2.9 and 1/20s shutter speed, sunlit from left and used a flash
to get a dark background (inverse square law).

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Second image the best.
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Thank you Valery.

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Some of your best work.
Congratulations.
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JT,
Thank you. Means a lot coming from you (and the stalwarts on this forum).

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Re: Some recent experiments with 100f2.8

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Neat shots, Sury.
The lens sounds good for many shooting experiences. I like the isolation of the flower in the second shot very much.

Thanks for sharing,
Yildiz
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Yildiz,
Thank you. I have been enjoying that lens and my camera a lot lately as I am focusing on (no pun intended)
composition and experimenting on static subjects.

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