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Old May 8, 2010, 12:03 PM   #341
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Amazing stuff, GB. I used to think the Oly SP5xx series were the best at the supermacro stuff. Not anymore. heheheh.
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Supermacro is like a new world; I was inspired by other users years ago, but now decided just go for it, and see what pictures I could get. So far it proves brilliant fun on a(nother) rainy day

#1 the contact surfaces of an SD card, showing some wear from a few years of service

#2 the on-off section of my older panasonic FZ50
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Old May 8, 2010, 12:15 PM   #342
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Found a little spider on my ceiling. Quite challenging getting a good shot of it as I had to hold the cam over my head and all.

#1 not at full tele, just to get an 'overview'

#2 after some trying, I got a sharp result of it's face. Full tele.

#3 100% crop not sharpened

#4 I decided to catch the little guy (or lady?) to try and get a better head-on. It worked out fairly well, but the there isn't yet a great deal of photographic value to be found. I'll keep practising

Resized / sharpened only (same for post above)

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Old May 8, 2010, 12:17 PM   #343
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WOW! You certainly got your money's worth in that Raynox. Super good!
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Old May 10, 2010, 12:59 PM   #344
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Amazing shots, I've never seen a spider from that close
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Old May 10, 2010, 1:11 PM   #345
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Holy Macro! Great Shots greenbaron.
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Old May 10, 2010, 3:34 PM   #346
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One little question to you GreenBaron. Are these photos resized to 1024*768 or are you shooting them on this resolution?

PS: Love the image of the SD-card and the cd too, amazing!
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Old May 10, 2010, 6:53 PM   #347
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Thanks all!

Arjan, the photos are resized + sharpened only, except the #3 shot; That's a 1024x768 crop of the photo above with no further editing applied.

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Default full moon with my HS10

The blank part was cropped but the moon's image is intact. Taken hand held. I love the HS10.
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If you guys are still posting here then here are a couple of shots from another thread. Both freehand.

One at 24mm:



And the other at 720mm




By the way, what settings did you use for the moon?
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Old Aug 11, 2010, 12:46 PM   #350
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Default settings used for the moon shot

Shutter speed: 1/294sec.
Lens Aperture: F/5.7
Focal Length: 126 mm
Exposure Time: 1/300 sec.
ISO: 200
Metering Mode: Pattern
Exposure compensation: -1.7 step
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