700 on body (as controller and direct).... 900 as main on the side.... 600 on opposite side... another 600 on top rear as fill...
Last edited by kriegsketten; 11th December 2010 at 11:58 AM.
If you had attended the studio session, you'd have seen that we went all manual, since studio strobes don't have TTL
Equipment aids BUT it is still the man behind the camera.. and for me, it is a goal that is very hard to reach.. not like "11-years old little angel".. time running out for old man..
When my equipment recalled, I will start 3-steps/times behind..
I'm not young either bro... but I don't want to let that bother me... I want to do it while I still can hold up a sizeable setup... Give it 10 more years, I might have to give this thought up (but hopefully I'm still strong and able then)... That is why... MTL!! The more you think the more time goes by...
NNB used for MACRO?.. with extender?..
This should a good lens for Protrait ... Read about the DC.. setting same as aperature, then turn front/rear to get foreground/background .. definitely must have time to slowly prepare for shoot..
Anyone want to read up about DC.. This page quite good
Wah... bamboo sold leh... who got it har??
If you want the DC to do macro I think not adviceable... the magnification ratio is 1:7+ leh... I don't consider shooting flowers as shooting macro unless you zoom in REALLY close...
For insects, the magnification ratio is at least 1:1... and then add extension tubes to bring it up to above 2:1. Imagine 1:7 how many extention tubes you need to add just to bring it up to 1:1!!!
For true Macro usage (bug's eyes, bug's promiscuous lifestyles, etc).. think no further than macro lenses lah...
Last edited by kriegsketten; 11th December 2010 at 02:42 PM.
Today morning manage to capture this lovely moment from the mummy mantis laying eggs..
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