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Some 150mm 2.8 sigma on the mikon stuff

Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by barisaxer, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. barisaxer

    barisaxer

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    Apr 6, 2006
    Albany OR
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    Look and sahre yours. A great lens
     
  2. tojor

    tojor

    Jul 27, 2005
    Denmark
    Excellent shots. The last one is just WOW. I would probably have cropped it differently but that's a matter of taste.
     
  3. Nice series, and agree with Torben, that last is SUPERB!
     
  4. JusPlainCrayzee

    JusPlainCrayzee Administrator Administrator

    Niiccceee!!!

    #3 is my fav - the colors and sharpness is brilliant!
     
  5. adol290

    adol290

    30
    Apr 15, 2007
    Manitoba, Canada
    I really like the bee in flight.
     
  6. Nice work. #3 and #4 are my favorites. The bee in flight is really neat.
     
  7. I really like #3 a lot! Do you have the EXIF for it (or specifically, f/stop?)
     
  8. great shots
    well done
     
  9. Really well done images and that last one...........
     
  10. barisaxer

    barisaxer

    278
    Apr 6, 2006
    Albany OR
    3 is stacked for depth of field at f/11 3 shoots combined with helicon focus. I try not to go above 8 or 11 will use 16 in desperation but stacking is the ultimate way to get the depth on these shots. It was from a D300. The bee is already cropped at iso 100 with a d2x. the canera still wows me at 100 it puts the hurt on even the new cameras. The fly things are at higher Iso 800 or 1600 on the D300.
     
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