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PostPosted: Thu Jun 02, 2011 8:58 am 
spent a bit of time a couple of days ago, trying out the technique of reversing your lens to turn it into a macro. got a couple of nice shots.

Im pretty new to this type of photography, so any and all advice would be appreciated.


^ISO was at 6400 for this one (it was dark and inside), hence the grain.

^my friend took this one of my eye

^ this is an everyday brick. with a 1.4 aperture, the depth of field was so fine that the edges of the frame were out of focus on a perfectly flat surface.

^this is the everyday mortar holding the everyday bricks in place. anything can be fascinating when zoomed in so close.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2011 12:49 am 

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The brick and mortar look otherworldly up close - nice shots!


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