XIV's Macro Photos

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Re: XIV's Macro Photos

Unread postby XIV » Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:39 am

sushant wrote: oopsbig

the only bee i have seen in person are crystal black/red :LOL , may be the one you have is a wild type crystal and its in no way ugly.

would like to give my few cents on Macro photos based on my personal experience:

1)there is lots of noice which can be lowered by increasing shutterspeed, decreasing the f value and using an off-camera flash(this will improve the quality a lot).

2) the subject should be perpendicular to the lens and should not make any angle to it ofr maximum focus( since the Depth of field (DOF) is very small in macro photography).

3)try to keep camera at the same level to the subject(for side profile) or perpendicularly above it(for top profile).

Thanx for the tips sushant. I will try it :)

saikumar wrote:Hi Xiv, what length tube have you used for the shrimp?


What do you mean "lenght tube" saikumar? My camera lens? :)

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Re: XIV's Macro Photos

Unread postby saikumar » Sat Oct 11, 2014 1:13 pm

No, this one :)
"Macro Extension Tube"

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Re: XIV's Macro Photos

Unread postby XIV » Sat Oct 11, 2014 1:50 pm

saikumar wrote:No, this one :)
"Macro Extension Tube"


Like this.
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But it's very very hard using tube like that.

right now I like using filter macro like this

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Re: XIV's Macro Photos

Unread postby Pintoo » Sat Oct 11, 2014 2:37 pm

nice photographs.