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Lens: Panagor 90mm F2.8 PMC auto macro + 32mm extension tubes Camera: K20d Photo Location: backyard ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/180s Aperture: F11 
Posted By: Rense, 07-23-2010, 02:15 AM


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07-23-2010, 05:53 AM   #2
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Just a fantastic use of hair thin dof and natural light. How in the world do you make f11/iso100 work so well when I would be struggling with f19/ iso 800 on the same shot? It certainly makes for maximum IQ anyway. I would love to watch you work on these macros you have been posting.

Great job and I love the natural light on top of it.
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Cracking shot of the fly feeding ... and even better suggestive title
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Just a fantastic use of hair thin dof and natural light. How in the world do you make f11/iso100 work so well when I would be struggling with f19/ iso 800 on the same shot? It certainly makes for maximum IQ anyway. I would love to watch you work on these macros you have been posting.

Great job and I love the natural light on top of it.
Thanks a lot! Well, come along, we could make photos together....!
And I don't know if I understand your last sentence well, but I did not use natural light, but I flashed this one....

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Cracking shot of the fly feeding ... and even better suggestive title

And thank you!

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That's a very large fly you've found there. What is it -- two metres across?
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Wow! very impressive the detail its very sharp. nice looking thumb up!
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That's a very large fly you've found there. What is it -- two metres across?
Yeah, about that. We had some little accident with the nuclear power plant here some weeks ago. Government managed to keep out of the press, somehow, but I think you can see some of the effects in nature already...

Thanks Robin!

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Wow! very impressive the detail its very sharp. nice looking thumb up!
Thank you Pedro!
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Stunning detail, now I see what they do on one's skin too..

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microscopically BIG and sharp! the fly must have glued to the surface for you to do sucha close-up shot?
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Another awesome shot Rense, thanks for showing us. Biting stable fly?
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This is an amazing capture, your in so close. Great detail on offer here, too.
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And I don't know if I understand your last sentence well, but I did not use natural light, but I flashed this one....


And thank you!

So...we have "Between The Legs" and you flashing it... Just what's going on Rense???
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