Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM

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ssriraman

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Pictures of EF100mm f/2.8 Macro USM taken with EOS Digital Rebel XTi / 400D / Kiss Digital X (and rare K236)



 
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Goincarcrazy

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A few from the past, some with extension tubes, some without:







 

Admin US West

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Canon EF100mm f/2.8 Macro USM

The snow is pretty much gone, and plants are starting to come up, so I braved the cold wind today to snapa few handheld images with my 100mm L. It was blowing hard, and two cold to spend much time, so there are not the best the lens can do. Just natural light. all were at f/8.

Crocus


Rhubarb


Oriental Poppy


Hyacinth


Raspberry


Catnip


More Crocus
 
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stan_tall_man

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40d, 100mm 2.8 macro usm, and 430ex - Rogue FlashBender (the big one, which works great for macro)

 

caMARYnon

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550D; 100mm; f5.6 1/100s; ISO 400 flash


550D; 100mm; f4 1/60s; ISO 400 flash
 

neuroanatomist

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The 100L Macro is truly a fun lens!


EOS 7D, EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM, 1/60 s, f/8, ISO 400, 430EX II on Manfrotto 233B flash bracket via OC-E3


EOS 7D, EF 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM, 1/160 s, f/11, ISO 640
 

Admin US West

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Ghostdive said:
new lens so I test it at the moment :)
Is the sharpness ok?
Its plenty sharp, but the depth of field is shallow as you get close, and its hard to focus precisely. F/16 would have more of it in sharp focus. Don't worry about losing sharpness at f/16, the increased depth of field will more than make up for it.
 

Admin US West

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We have some Chive plants in our front yard, and with a very late spring, they are just blooming. Bees love them. i do not have the patience to make a complex macro setup, I just walk up and shoot away. The 100mm l is not really any sharper, but its easier for a person like me to get reasonably sharp hand held photos.

All of these are cropped to near 100%.





 
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afira

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Smile by afiradr, on Flickr

I find using my 100 for close up portraits is amazing, but you have to be careful, a lot of women don't like seeing everything in fine detail!
 
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rocketdesigner

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If that's a woman, I know she won't like the amount of detail...