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MC Hammered

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Some great macro shots of snowflakes
« on: Nov 19, 13, 22:44 »
Thought some of you photographers would like some of these images this guy took with his point and shoot with a duct taped macro lens

http://www.demilked.com/macro-snowflakes-diy-camera-alexey-kljatov/






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Re: Some great macro shots of snowflakes
« Reply #1 on: Nov 21, 13, 14:55 »
if those pics are real that is amazing!
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Re: Some great macro shots of snowflakes
« Reply #2 on: Nov 21, 13, 15:26 »
amazing!
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Jeremy Sawatzky #2

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Re: Some great macro shots of snowflakes
« Reply #3 on: Nov 21, 13, 17:33 »
What in the hey... how can there be that much detail! His focus field is shorter than a snowflake hahahaha
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syncroboy

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Re: Some great macro shots of snowflakes
« Reply #4 on: Nov 21, 13, 19:54 »
What in the hey... how can there be that much detail! His focus field is shorter than a snowflake hahahaha

That's what happens when you use macro devices like bellows or extension tubes  DOF = less than a 'mm'.  It's totally frustrating to set up exactly where you want the focal point to be on your subject.  One tiny misalignment and you gotta do it all over again.
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Mihai_A4-B5_

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Re: Some great macro shots of snowflakes
« Reply #5 on: Nov 25, 13, 22:15 »
a) that looks like a digital snowflake and b) it looks like it was taken off of his pubes... :lol:

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Re: Some great macro shots of snowflakes
« Reply #6 on: Dec 16, 13, 00:39 »
Lol