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Super Macro and Friends!
Posted By: lightbulb, 02-01-2015, 10:50 PM

K5iis + Sigma 70mm + Yongnuo 560II + Custom Soft Box + Raynox DCR250 ( X-post)








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02-01-2015, 11:56 PM   #2
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Wow, very nice! The shape of your custom softbox really works well with the eyes.
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QuoteOriginally posted by lightbulb Quote
K5iis + Sigma 70mm + Yongnuo 560II + Custom Soft Box + Raynox DCR250 ( X-post)







Nice shots. Just curious...what is the practical working distance with the Raynox adapted to your Sigma 70mm?
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More like NOPE & CO.

No, seriously, these are excellent. Mind sharing your softbox as well?

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Love number one!

I also don't get the spider haters. These little guys eat nastier critters than themselves!
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Amazing photos! I am wondering how the heck you get such good lighting without using a ring flash! Please let us see how you perform this magic!


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Thanks guys

3 to 5cm from Raynox to subject.

https://borislavkostov.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/macrosetup-01-img_3717.jpg

Ring flash is too harsh. the trick is to experiment with different materials.

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beautiful shots.

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Those are great shots, love the jumpers. I don't think a ring flash is too harsh, the one I use has a type of diffuser around the flash tubes, and it has different power settings to get the right exposure at close working distances. Your soft box setup works fine also.
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Those are amazing images!!!
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