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Here is one of mine from 1975. Used my Mamiya/Sekor 1000 DTL + 55mm f1.8 with extension tubes. Do you know what it is? It is about 10mm in diameter so this is greater than life size. 35mm film is 24x36mm.
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It could be a lead slug I think H, after hitting something fairly solid.
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Ken, I like the #2 in set 1 and #2 and #3 in the set 2 the most.
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Darinm wrote:I don't shoot a lot of macro but happened to be out with it this morning.Sony A7, Nikon 55mm f/3.5 ($35!)
That is one sweet photo!
Those are cool! If I may ask........how did you do that? I'm thinking with filters but I may be way off. It's OK if you don't want to give up trade secrets.bakubo wrote:On a cold morning in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Morning frost on these plants.
These were taken in 2002 with my Minolta D7i. I mostly shot jpegs with that camera because back then I had a 128mb CF card and a 16mb CF card. I don't remember exactly, but I think the 128mb card cost almost $100 (and I still have it). We were tent camping for 10 days and had no electricity so I wanted to keep the file sizes reasonable. Also, using raw mode with that camera required something like 20-30 seconds to write the raw file to the card. That is what I recollect, anyway. I did some post-processing on these shots after the trip. I don't recall any specifics. I think I was using Paint Shop Pro 7 at the time and probably used some filters in addition to my other adjustments. If I had to redo the processing now I probably would have a hard time duplicating it since I don't really remember. Of course, if I redid them I would probably end up with something I like even better now.RareTA wrote:Those are cool! If I may ask........how did you do that? I'm thinking with filters but I may be way off. It's OK if you don't want to give up trade secrets.
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