(L-R) Jacob Aue Sobol, Stuart Franklin, Fiona Rogers and Mark Power
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The 3rd Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) is back! Gwen Lee, Director, SIPF, kindly offered some lucky Clubsnap members to attend the screening of "Magnum Photos: The Changing of a Myth". After the screening, there was
Updated 14th October 2012 at 10:32 PM by sebastiansong
The photograph that Richard is holding in his hands below was shot at 200+ meters distance (he claimed it was closer to 300m)
Below is the actual image downsized
Some tech details at bottom right corner of the image
other images that Richard shared with me
(Do excuse my amature videos .... and I'm obviously not cut out to be a news anchor either lolzz)
Moving this thread from Review section to General Tech Talk .... the ACTUAL review will be coming soon as well as a couple of Swarovski ATX outings for CS'ers soon
This is meant as an introduction thread to Swarovski's first pro-active steps into the realm of nature photography through the ATX/STX spotting telescopes
Continuing from above Post #1
Wikipedia defines Digiscoping as "... the activity of using a digital camera to record distant images by coupling it with an optical telescope. The term usually refers to using either a digital single-lens reflex camera with lens attached or, more often, a fixed lens point and shoot digital camera to obtain photos through the eyepiece of a birdwatcher's spotting scope...."
A couple of us Mods were invited to the Swarovski Optik presentation by Richard Kramer at the Camper's
Updated 14th October 2012 at 10:01 AM by ed9119
Originally Posted by pinholecam
I've always wanted to try this out, but did not have a chance since I did not have a way to guide the DSLR along a fixed track to do the copy from film to DSLR.
So incidentally, I got a set of 2 macro sliders off ebay for my macro stuff and I jumped on the chance to do this experiment.
There is also this experiment done by another CSer (and coincidentally another Pentaxian )