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Discussion in 'Badminton Photography' started by red00ecstrat, Aug 21, 2006.
For a moment, I thought you went out to 'shoot' some wildlife!
That wouldn't be such a good idea
i just got a new toy. a Canon 100mm f/2.8 macro lens. here is one of the first shots. very happy.
i did have a scare as the delivery man made a mistake and the package was lost at one point. luckily it showed up in the end.
the hummingbird always shows up when i don't have my camera with me. sometimes it will hang around me for 5mins just because it knows that my camera is not around. the moment i walk inside to get the camera, it will zip away really quickly.
Duh, but what are these?
If they are strawberries, must say they look fierce
Darn!!! U are so rich Kwun!!!!
...yep, that's one nice & flexible lens as it can shoot at close up distances, and even reg. portrait shots. Canon has a few of those macro lenses, if i remember correctly. Imagine if one adds one of those extension lenses, it can really zoom in even further.
Yeah, it's a popular lens, kwun. That's why it almost got lost...
..i actually saw a couple of hummingbirds this weekend (while capturing some shots). However, since the weather was so dang hot out there, the birds decided to stay cool under some shades. Ah well...
kwun, you might have to go & hang around SF's Lombard Street to capture those hummingbirds...
..hmmm, or kwun might've sold his other lenses...
this is so fun.
I can do the same without spending an extra penny! Ha Ha Ha.....
yeah. i sold my old nikon macro lens, and it appears that red still have his and using on his mk3...
bear with me guys, i will be getting over this flower thing soon...
red's photos always tell a story so well.
Hehe...wrong guess! I was using my Canon 50mm F1.4 U know.....using it without a reverse ring!
..i was thinking, if an extender lens/tube was used to take these pics, perhaps we'll see hundreds of thousands more of those winking and rolleyes images...All making up the overall icon(s)...
you will be able to take a really close up shot with a "reversed" 50mm lens.
Hope you like this.
Is it too dark?
yes a little bit! perhaps the white clothing and background had fooled u meter.
Cheung, you planning to change career?
Just to waste a few minutes of my time....
The photo look ok, but I brightened up the face + neck area (right photo) to look fairer (am I?).
U mean "to spend" right? Good job!
Nice one scann. I don't get enough time on the computer to brush up on those skills.
Here are some more - I know Kwun and another BF member are looking for more