Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM

lundstrom.emil

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May 25, 2012
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Re: Canon EF100mm f/2.8 Macro USM

K-amps said:
lundstrom.emil said:
Wow... with such less DoF how in the world did you plan for this shot?
sandymandy said:
Looks like he shot it indoors on a mirror. Then its just try and try and try and try and

How?? Well I saw the object, Just the DoF button to find my favourite aperture and it was f/2.8 to get a smooth Background. After I used the continuos AF with ONE AF point fixed on the '"black thing", and went back a couple of centimetres (around 40cm from the object) to get the right Dof, turn of One shot AF and then I took a couple of shots, and cropped the image.


No mirrors, no indoors, no tripod. :)
 

rpt

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Mar 7, 2012
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Re: Canon EF100mm f/2.8 Macro USM

lundstrom.emil said:
K-amps said:
lundstrom.emil said:
Wow... with such less DoF how in the world did you plan for this shot?
sandymandy said:
Looks like he shot it indoors on a mirror. Then its just try and try and try and try and

How?? Well I saw the object, Just the DoF button to find my favourite aperture and it was f/2.8 to get a smooth Background. After I used the continuos AF with ONE AF point fixed on the '"black thing", and went back a couple of centimetres (around 40cm from the object) to get the right Dof, turn of One shot AF and then I took a couple of shots, and cropped the image.


No mirrors, no indoors, no tripod. :)
Fantastic shot! What is the yellow in the background?
 

lundstrom.emil

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florianbieler.de said:
lundstrom.emil said:
Leafs in Green and red mixed colours :)
As the bokeh seemed very distractive to me and also the pic is very noisy, I looked at the EXIF's and must ask: Why in the world would you shoot that with F32?
The noisy picture was a part of my answer to this related picture :)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/imaginize/8000729304/#

I shoot it at F32 just to see what kind of result I would get.
 

eeek

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I found this bee. Either it was too cold when he came out of hibernation or he was sick. He let me put him on paper and take pictures. This is with a 7D and a 580exII flash.
 

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