Sir, I do not have Flickr account as of this moment due to I just newly have my dslr. Is it really nice there sir?
Honestly, I was moderated here with my previous username, it was more weird & funny^^ Then Gordon helped me out to let it changed. Due to in a hurry, I couldn't think of something else so I came up with this one^^
That spider shot does not have good focus point. As you may notice, the forehead and the eye part of the insect are quite a bit out of focus. It was my first attempt of macro shot though with a new camera.^^
Actually sir, the reason why people shall buy expensive dedicated macro lenses due to ease of usage. This reversing method is quite hard and tricky. Full manual focusing and all other meterings including the flash, no camera shake stabilizer, less weight which would add more shake, and extremely dark view finder which will give extremely hard in focusing. If one can live with that, the it shall be okay(me, I am forced to live with it^^ due to as I have said, I cannot afford dedicated macro lenses). Dedicated macro lenses give full automatic and active meterings and focusing, good weight to help lessen camera shake plus active shake stabilizer, and best of all, bright viewfinder which will trigger you to use smaller aperture sizes to give bigger DOF, and calibrate a good focusing point. Anyway, anyone can correct me here since I am still a newbie in photography, my first dslr is less than a month old yet.
By the way, one also need to "always" clean the back and front lens elements when reversing and inversing to prevent hazard to the sensor.
So thats all sir. Again, this is only a poorboy's macro stuff, please understand for any abnormalities^^
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