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Super Macro Shots posted by LensDudeBaby March 03, 2011 01:48PM reply | quote
posted by LensDudeBaby
Lensbaby Composer + reversed 50mm F1.4 lens in front
Re: Super Macro Shots posted by srpatife March 03, 2011 11:28PM reply | quote
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nice colours :)
Re: Super Macro Shots posted by DMacDzigns March 04, 2011 02:33AM reply | quote
posted by DMacDzigns

Fun macros. Very sharp sweet spot. Wonderful colors. Great photos. Congrats, DMc

DMacDzigns / www.DMacDzigns.com
Re: Super Macro Shots posted by poluc March 05, 2011 04:10AM reply | quote
posted by poluc
#1 is my fave,
love the colors.
Re: Super Macro Shots posted by Nino March 05, 2011 05:51AM reply | quote
posted by Nino

Very nice set !

Nino
Re: Super Macro Shots posted by dewberry1964 March 05, 2011 07:59AM reply | quote
posted by dewberry1964

really nice, I love the first shot, just great color
Re: Super Macro Shots posted by LensDudeBaby March 05, 2011 08:06PM reply | quote
posted by LensDudeBaby
Thanks very much to all the comments!
The multi coloured paperclips were shot using a 50mm F1.4 lens in reverse at the front of a Lensbaby Composer, hand held. (I just put the lens in front by holding it with my hand!). Great fun!
Cheers to all!
Re: Super Macro Shots posted by Wokan March 06, 2011 02:17AM reply | quote
posted by Wokan
Amazing! The colors, the texture and the focus and blur.
Re: Super Macro Shots posted by bcwhite March 06, 2011 03:32AM reply | quote
posted by bcwhite

Wow...can you do that reverse trick with any lense?? I never thought of that....I'm gonna go try right now!! :)
Re: Super Macro Shots posted by bnzai9 March 06, 2011 06:49AM reply | quote
posted by bnzai9

Super color and nicely placed focus.

Bnzai9
Re: Super Macro Shots posted by LensDudeBaby March 13, 2011 06:08AM reply | quote
posted by LensDudeBaby
I find that using a 50mm lens is the better way than say 35mm or 85mm. Prime lenses are better to use than zoom lenses. Just be carefull not to scrape the inner lense element of the prime as you hand hold. Cheers.

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