Butterflys from Lake Konstanz

Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by misupix, Sep 9, 2005.

  1. Edited the fist bunch of pictures from our vacation at Lake Konstanz!

    These were taken in the butterfly house on Isle Mainau!
    (I was there with wife, so not much time to hang around, just a few snapshots :wink: )

    Please tell me how you like them!

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  2. Leigh

    Leigh

    Feb 19, 2005
    Alabama
    Amazing series, Michael. I loved the second and third shots.
     
  3. Roosje

    Roosje

    828
    May 25, 2005
    The Netherlands
    Beautiful! I especially liked the second photo, makes me think of an art deco art work.

    Roosje
     
  4. Michael,

    This is an excellent series - #2 is my favourite!
     
  5. mrtac2man

    mrtac2man

    Jun 3, 2005
    CT
    Great Shots.. would like to know what set up you used for these..i have the sigma 105 macro also.. did you use the converter .. must have used the 800 flash...Thanks Tim
     
  6. Two and tree are fabulous.
     
  7. Really nice images Michael. They have such great detail and color, way to go.
     
  8. Neil

    Neil

    317
    Jul 8, 2005
    Douglasville, GA
    Michael like all the photos but 3rd one is my favorite.
    Neil
     
  9. breathtaking detail and color.
     
  10. dbirdsong

    dbirdsong Guest

    Wow Michael, those are some great photos..
     
  11. Thanks a lot for all your comments!


    I use my 70-200 VR with the Canon 500D and the SB800 as fillflash (TTL -1EV).

    Thats a great walk around combo. Just beware small spaces and fearful people, it's a little intimidating :cool: . And at the same time it can give you a great upper body workout :biggrin: :wink:

    most were shot in M with f11 and 1/100s to prevent subjekt movement (and my trembling hands :wink: ) VR does the rest. The TTL in the flash does great exposing the images, I really like that most!

    I find myself rarely using the Sigma when shooting handheld! don't get me wrong it's a great lens, but when not on a tripod I tend to lose focus because of movement (i might get old :frown: )
     
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