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something from today and yesterday 4 years 10 months ago #458

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got lucky with a jumper earlier today then a wasp yesterday afternoon

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January 07, 2012DSC_0306-Edit by mykevixen, on Flickr

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January 07, 2012DSC_0362-Edit by mykevixen, on Flickr

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January 07, 2012DSC_0380-Edit by mykevixen, on Flickr

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January 06, 2012DSC_0284-Edit by mykevixen, on Flickr
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Re: something from today and yesterday 4 years 10 months ago #461

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I was out yesterday to watch this soccer game; I decided to explore and do a bit of street photography. Some of the open fields there had LOADS and LOADS of spiders! Imagine the fear I had :sick:

The 3rd photo... now that's a great shot! Way to capture the moment!

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Re: something from today and yesterday 4 years 10 months ago #512

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Gear has nothing to do. İt is all your skills and talent but just because of curiosity what is the gear.

keep up the good work
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Re: something from today and yesterday 4 years 10 months ago #546

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TY sir Christian and sir Serdar.

as for the gear, im using nikon D5000, 18-55mm reversed and a DIY diffuser.

all this photos are non-crop.

@sir Serdar. i posted some macro shots and as well as droplets. just browse the earlier posts.
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Hahaha,

Also in the second photo he looks like saying" you want more of this"

Or "come on boy show me what u got" poze
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Re: something from today and yesterday 4 years 10 months ago #577

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I know that I'm really scared of spiders, but gosh darn it! I keep on coming back to look at these! They are just that good. :)

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Re: something from today and yesterday 4 years 10 months ago #586

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You wrote thatI "I used 18-55in reversed"

How do you do it. I know people do that but I never saw somone doing.
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There is a "reverse ring" that you can purchase that has the same filter thread size of your chosen lens to reverse. Think of it as a filter (without the glass) and on the other end, it mimics the end of lens mount that you can connect to the body.

You'd lose the autofocusing capabilities, etc.

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Re: something from today and yesterday 4 years 10 months ago #590

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@sir serdar, here is a video i posted here a while ago from from other post that shows my reverse lens set-up with water drops. sir chris is right, you go all manual like focusing and adjustring your aperture. all you can adjust through your dials are your shutter speed and ISO.
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Re: something from today and yesterday 4 years 10 months ago #599

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Thought of a devil. I wonder who was the one came out with this idea.

My questions
1- is this 18-55 and is it known to give good results with this kind of reverse install. I mean can you do it to all lenses or some of them. As for physics should it be wide or normal lens so that the opposite of wide becomes macro.
2-what happens ifyou do it on 105 mm macro lens does it give the tele efect.
3- Isn't the back side of the lens vulnerable agains dirt and dust, also it is harder to clean compared to front side. How do you deal that matter.
4- as final, as you are using the front side of the lens to install on the camera, can you use filter before mounting that special reversed coupling piece. I mean like tele cameras as the use of drop in filters at the lens

Hahaha as a result asking permission to suck your knowledge on the subject I dont know.
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i love to share what i know sir serdar. as i am too still learning. as for your question here is my reply:
1. im using my 18-55mm because its the only lens i dont use since buying the camera. a kit that came along with it. i think yes, there are other adapter(reversing ring that can accommodate different filter size.
2. if your have the 105mm macro lens dont bother with this set-up. i still wish i have a true macro lens. easier.
3. yes it is vulnerable but there are also filters that you can buy for the other end of the reverse lens set-up. i dont use it. im careful :)
4. you can attach a extension tube to couple with your reverse lens but its an overkill wit the magnification already. and i dont know any set-up that have a filter between the camera and the reversing ring.

i hope this answer you question.

as an example:

this is taken at almost 18mm

December 01, 2011DSC_0028-Edit by mykevixen, on Flickr

and this is at 45-50mm i think(guessing :) )

December 26, 2011DSC_0047-Edit by mykevixen, on Flickr


you can see the magnification of the 18-55mm. other macro lens can only go up to 1:1. it is fun to use this lens because its very challenging. you have to know all your set-up before you shoot and all the photo i shared are non-crop and handheld.
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Re: something from today and yesterday 4 years 10 months ago #626

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My friend,
thank you for your valuable answer.

those photos are really good. Congratulations.

I believe they are better than a 105mm macro.

I asked what happens when reverse 105mm for not to try but understanding the physics of reversing.

As a result you have to use a wild-normal angle lens to give that macro effect when reversed,right.
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