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10-10-2008, 03:29 PM   #1
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Sorry if you guys are already aware of these works

Flickr: Opo Terser's Photostream

Best macro work i have ever seen, all on an *ist DL


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And with reversed lenses and a bellows. pretty good all right.
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Wow. That is amazing!
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I had the feeling I was being watched all the time I was viewing those incredible pictures.

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What is meant by,stack of 3 photos, manually focused stack of 3 or 4 photos?
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Those are awsome!
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Incredible images - a testimony to the the skill of the photographer and the quality of the kit. Thanks for sharing that with us!

I'm inspired and may start hunting our local jumping spiders with a suitable lens too (I'm after some extensions tubes) - BTW, we call these spiders Portia in our house for some long forgotten reason....
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QuoteOriginally posted by lorne-ranger Quote
What is meant by,stack of 3 photos, manually focused stack of 3 or 4 photos?
He took three pictures with slightly different focus and merged them together to increase the depth of field.

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Thank You, Flyer.
I found something that may help others that did not know what stacking was about

Flickr: Discussing Focus stacking Tutorial in Macro Viewers
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Simply spectacular photography.

How'd he get them to stand so still?
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Thats brilliant....

Wonder how he captured them still

Cheers
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Woah those are some outstanding images. Thanks for sharing the link.
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Man, that is impressive.

That work puts to rest all the discussions about which camera gear is the "best". I cannot imagine how one could do better.
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Very impressive shots!!!

I said it in another thread and I'll say it again...

Shots like these make me wonder if I will ever be a "real" "Pentax Photographer." In spite of shooting Pentax for over 30 years I still can't take photos of tiny creepy crawlies (a virtually mandatory Pentax niche). I feel inadequate next to all of the bug lovers (and I mean "bug lovers" in a good way)! LOL

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QuoteOriginally posted by jocko_nc Quote
That work puts to rest all the discussions about which camera gear is the "best"
Yeah totally, did you guys check out his setup photo? Macrophotography Setup on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

amazing!
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