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    Default HANA EH in close detail

    Ok,

    Not exactly "my system" but nevertheless this is my very first attempt in using bellows for some macro work.
    Featured a lovely HANA EH (high output moving coli) in all its glory.
    Hope you like it!






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    Awesome photos
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    Oh! Those pics are very nice! Like the natural light and superb depth of field!
    Can you tell us something about the lighting and shooting distance etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rigger67 View Post
    Awesome photos
    Thanks!!


    Quote Originally Posted by AlfaGTV View Post
    Oh! Those pics are very nice! Like the natural light and superb depth of field!
    Can you tell us something about the lighting and shooting distance etc?
    Just used a table lamp for lighting, and Nikon PB-6 bellows together with my Tokina 105 Macro lens - the dof was set at f32 for approximately 25-30 seconds.
    Distance was approximately 5 centimeters !

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    No idea what you've used or done (bellows ) but that is some serious photographic detail nice one!

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    What excellent results you have achieved. Very nice.

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    Lovely pics, have you ever tried using one of the apps that allows you to create a stack of shots with different focal point depth and then flatten them to remove all the out of focus. Give great results like a huge tilt shift lens, but works marco too.
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    looks like it has has a boner

    (very nice pics)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieGong View Post
    No idea what you've used or done (bellows ) but that is some serious photographic detail nice one!
    It's a device to enable you get closer than usual, more info here: https://support.nikonusa.com/app/ans...tal-slr-camera

    Quote Originally Posted by prestonchipfryer View Post
    What excellent results you have achieved. Very nice.
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by sq225917 View Post
    Lovely pics, have you ever tried using one of the apps that allows you to create a stack of shots with different focal point depth and then flatten them to remove all the out of focus. Give great results like a huge tilt shift lens, but works marco too.
    Focus stacking I think it's called, I will certainly try in the future - the depth of field is razor thin at the moment!

    Quote Originally Posted by r100 View Post
    looks like it has has a boner

    (very nice pics)
    Thanks! Yes it does actually

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