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just a wasp from today
are u using flash. can you explain your setup ın more details.
-do you use flash, ıf yes how many from whıchpoınts
-shutter, ıso etc settıngs
-ıs there a trıpod being used.
-post production addons, what are done.
we cant be roy panaguiton, but just share your knowledge so our friend can learn and try.
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yes im using the built-in camera flash + a DIY diffuser. practice makes you adjust the flash before shooting. as well as knowing what shutter speed and ISO to use(this 2 you can adjust in your cam.). i shoot handheld. and for post, a little sharpening and exposure adjustment. most of the time very little PP.
in macro or any kind of photography practice makes you better. although theres more work in using a reverse lens set-up. specially for nikon. canon you can set the aperture by locking the DOF preview button.
i do the best i can with the equipment i have.
Drew Scott wrote: What do you mean exactly by "reversed"? :]
Look in the Macro section on BHPhoto. There are attachments that allow you to reverse your lens (so the lens' normal mounting surface will then be sticking out and what normally is the end of the lens is mounted to the camera) then the whole thing behaves like a macro lens.
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