GETTIN BUSY WITH THE 20D !

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by Annika1980, Apr 2, 2007.

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    Annika1980 Guest

    Annika1980, Apr 2, 2007
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    Alan Browne Guest

    The shaddow makes this one... oh cripes, 8 months of bugs to come...
     
    Alan Browne, Apr 2, 2007
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    uw wayne Guest

    uw wayne, Apr 2, 2007
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    uw wayne Guest

    Sorry for empty reply. Bret, the subject is terrific. The capture
    leaves a whole lot to be desired. You are one stubborn Southern
    S.O.A.B. Yeah, it (the subject) was active. But how about a mono
    instaed of your committed adversion to the use of a tripod. It would
    be a giant improvement. P.S. If you are fervent in your determination
    not to use "manual" IS (a tri/mono/pod), than get a real IS lens.
     
    uw wayne, Apr 2, 2007
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    Bob Williams Guest

    Funneee!
    I've never seen bugs in a "menage a trois" before.
    The one in the middle is called "Lucky Pierre"
    Bob Williams
     
    Bob Williams, Apr 2, 2007
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  7. You do realize that this is Macro photography. DOF is very shallow,
    especially when up this close. He focused on the eyes/face and that
    is what is sharp.
    Helen
     
    helensilverburg, Apr 2, 2007
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    Annika1980 Guest

    I don't believe he understands that.
    A tripod would have made no difference.

    Not to mention the fact that the photo was taken on top of my deck
    railing.
    Think of taking a photo of a bug crawling across the top of a wall.
    Now how are you gonna position your tripod when the camera lens must
    be an inch or two from the bug (directly over the wall)?

    I may get a Gorillapod for just that situation, however.
     
    Annika1980, Apr 2, 2007
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    J. Clarke Guest

    Now that depends on the lens you're using. Some macros will stop down
    into the f/40 range but I don't recommend that handheld unless the
    subject is a light bulb.
    A tripod with a center post that can be aligned horizontally may help in
    a situation such as that. Manfrotto has several models that allow that.
    Gitzo has some that allow it to be set at any angle from below
    horizontal to vertical. Pro4 Imaging does the same and seems to carry
    it a little farther.
     
    J. Clarke, Apr 2, 2007
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