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Old Jun 2, 2008, 12:56 PM   #1
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The rain has stopped and the bugs are out! Few from my garden. Enjoy!

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Old Jun 2, 2008, 8:41 PM   #5
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This one is great. Thought you were hand-holding the camera in all of the shots. A tough job but great in reward. By the way, what gears did you use for the whole series? And any flash for them?
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Thanks for your comments. Yes,,, the camera was handheld for all the shots. The camera on-board flash was used at-2/3 EV, diffused. The camera used was a Lumix FZ30, with a Nikon 6Tand a Canon 500Dacromats lens staked! I've had great success with this combination.
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Thanks for your comments. Yes,,, the camera was handheld for all the shots. The camera on-board flash was used at-2/3 EV, diffused. The camera used was a Lumix FZ30, with a Nikon 6Tand a Canon 500Dacromats lens staked! I've had great success with this combination.
What an interesting combination! I have Canon's 500D instead; it is good glass.
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Great shots, stacking of closup lenses seems to right thing

to do for these kinds of shots

http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/...5/bjmacro.html


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Great shots, stacking of closup lenses seems to right thing

to do for these kinds of shots

http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/...5/bjmacro.html


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The link is interesting. I have one more setup to add which is possible for microscopic photography of small life:

DSLR + Macro Lens + 1.4-2x extender + Extension Tubes + Canon's 250/500D Magnifying Glass

This is for outdoor purposes. Much better than the bellow which is not easy to move around in the field.


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