Stunning Macro

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Re: Stunning Macro
In reply to s_grins, 6 months ago

s_grins wrote:

bluelemmy wrote:

I did a review of the Olympus 60mm macro lens here

Leif Erikson, in a comment, supplied this link.

It's not often that I'm gobsmacked as we English say but this German guy using MFT really does show how far M43 has come. There's a lot of work behind the scenes here to make these images. I wish I could do anything half as good.

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Yes, it is. I have my hat taken off. The only way for me to achieve this perfection is to freeze the beast (or maybe use a chloroform to make her sleep) Unfortunately, I can't do either.

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Camera in bag tends to stay in bag...

If it was not frozen, drugged, or even dead, and carefully posed in a fully controlled environment, how could it be shot with scores of exposures for focus stacking purposes without any motion?

One of the advantages with bug photography is that humans are not capable of distinguishing a fully alert specimen from a sleeping or even dead one by looking at a static 2D image. Other closer to home subjects such as mammals and humans do not provide this kind of facility/convenience to the photographer.

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