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Old Oct 20, 2006, 3:21 PM   #11
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Great series seemolf, love the last one, the leftovers are imho even better. [img]images/emoticons/cool_shades.gif[/img]
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Old Oct 20, 2006, 3:51 PM   #12
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thanks for the nice comments again!
It is still a privilege to be a member of such a kind community!

Beth,
the last one:
on the Beech is Oudemansiella mucida = Buchen-Schleimrübling.

My son is ten years old and he started to help me with seven years. So you simply have to wait. He often says: take your time, I want to see good pictures! http://www.pilzepilze.de/galerie/v/L...siella/mucida/
http://www.pilzepilze.de/... .../v/Lateinisch/O/oudemansiella/mucida/4.html
It was the last picture at this walk - and the best (perhaps).
This mushroom is covered with slime, like the stinkhorn in its later stages.

Franceso,
the giant mushroom is called Riesenschirmlinge, this one is the Parasolpilz.
It tastes very good!
http://www.pilzepilze.de/galerie/v/L.../macrolepiota/

The triplet with different light situations is quite interesting. There is no clear favorite in the votes.....
The original colour was not changed: white balance=auto

Annie, I like the perspective from the ground level . I read that some dSLR people have to dig, we can stay above the grass!

Donna, I saw this isolated look at Francesco's picture. I had to take my own one.

Tazzie, the first one -the stinkhorn- is a long as your hand when it is grown up.
..but I am sure, that your hand smells better!

Don, the pictures were resized and lost some quality, but they should have similar detail.
Did you click on the pictures, all of them can be enlarged as usual.

Emmanuel, thanks for visiting my homepage too!!
The flash helped to influence the white balance and I liked the effect.

thanks Raghu,
we have seen so many good experiments in this forum, I hope there will be more of them!

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Old Oct 20, 2006, 3:54 PM   #13
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thanks Ronny,

I liked the last leftover. Having seen the final - brown - stages of the mushroom, it was quite interesting to look at the early white "wall papers".

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Old Oct 21, 2006, 4:57 PM   #14
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with such a clever and inventive father I'am sure your son will do great things, not only in photography
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Old Oct 22, 2006, 12:32 PM   #15
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seemolf,

those funghi pics are very cool. It was very interesting for me to see the different results with different light settings (bounced flash, natural light, natural+bounced).

Could you post a pic or diagram of your bounced flash structure?

Thanks again.
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Old Oct 22, 2006, 1:08 PM   #16
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Francesco, my son has to struggle with the school. There is no time for great things up to now.....

Jose, all my methods are described on my homepage.
In this case in the lights section:
http://people.freenet.de/seemolf/light.html#start



I used the left setup in this case.
The little mirror redirects the light to a bouncer of the da Vinci-narmer type.

My external flash has much more power, but for there is enough light for the macro business with this setup.

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Old Oct 22, 2006, 1:40 PM   #17
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Thanks for the info!

I'll check your page.
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Old Oct 22, 2006, 2:29 PM   #18
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Very interesting shots, well done.
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Old Oct 22, 2006, 3:33 PM   #19
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thanks tcook!

[align=center]Francesco, I have to correct the remark about my son.
[/align] [align=center]-This is off topic-
[/align] [align=center]Finn just came back from a short trip with the xacti.


Theses are first examples of his skills.
I did not help him and was not even close to him....
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[align=center] canon A70:


sanyo xacti E6:


Sven

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Congratulations to him, Sven. I don't dare to think what could he achieve if he took on your Oly or other diopters.


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