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Fly eyes
Fly eyes
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Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Camera: Canon EOS-10D
Lens: Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Macro
Aperture: F16
ISO: 100
Galleries: Macro
Date Uploaded: Jun 24, 2005

Viewed: 5039
Comments: 9
Favorites: 7 (view)

Macro of a fly.
Thanks to everyone for their tips in this thread and to Jacko for his suggestions.

Its not very well processed, I will work on this sometime, let's see when :)

Lens setup

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06/27/2005 07:31:42 AM
Those eyes look like microphones stuck on the sides! This is closer to a fly than I ever want to get.....Great shot!!
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06/27/2005 02:04:55 AM
magnificent
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06/27/2005 01:29:13 AM
WOW!!! Look at those eyes. Bit creepy but it is great to see what they really look like without touching them. :) Great compostition
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06/25/2005 12:43:20 PM
So I finally got the shot of the lens setup. Here it goes
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06/25/2005 12:02:57 PM
Wow this one is awsome!!!
Am waiting impatiently to your lens photo to see how to do that!!
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06/24/2005 08:57:54 PM
Originally posted by Jbchess1:

I read the thread about how you did this, and I can't picture it in my mind. I wish someone would take a photo of the setup. It sounds like one lens is attached backward to another lens?

Yes you are right 50mm is attached backward on 100mm. I can post a pic of the two lens setup tonight.
06/24/2005 08:45:14 PM
I read the thread about how you did this, and I can't picture it in my mind. I wish someone would take a photo of the setup. It sounds like one lens is attached backward to another lens?
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06/24/2005 08:06:30 PM
Holy cow! That's closer to a fly than I've ever been. That is a tremendous macro. What detail!!!!! What lens did you use?
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06/24/2005 07:16:21 PM
I don't think i have ever seen a macro so close.
Well done, this is a GREAT shot.
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