Anyone has any macro pics shot with 50mm Macro


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Ask Raptor1 or do a search. He has posted before.
 

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Expired yogi posted this but not sure if it's his new Oly system

ExpYog, can u confirm? Nice shots btw.

Edited: Found the answer --> he was using "D70 with a cheap 50mm/1.8 =)"
 

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Hi,
i posted a Portrait shot here. http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=169519

Well, i hadnt posted any macro shoots as my shoots mainly suffer from handshake and harsh flash. Well, skills aside, if you wish, i would post some 100% crops of those.


EDIT:
All done ^_^
http://clubsnap.kr.sg/50mm/crops/_1070994-crop.jpg
http://clubsnap.kr.sg/50mm/crops/_1071013-crop.jpg
http://clubsnap.kr.sg/50mm/crops/_C260883-crop.jpg
http://clubsnap.kr.sg/50mm/crops/_C260902-crop.jpg

Note: All are unedited 100% crops. No PS nor resize done. Hopefully those are what you are looking for. Sorry for the links and not embeded images, as some of the pictures are kind big.
 

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Thanks v much Raptor.

Now I confirm will get the 50mm.

Question. When u get so close to insects, dun they try to move away?
 

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Yes. They will try to get away. Slow and steady wins the race. ;)
Well, what i did for the insects was, i manual (pre)focus the lense. Then i slowly position the camera forward/backward to get the focus and snap the picture. The auto focus didnt work for me as it creates too much movement causing the insect to be startled.
 

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Here are a couple of my early 50mm shots. Sorry about some quality issue like not enough DOF etc.

f8.0, 1/100s, ISO 320, Bounced flash, handheld:


f11.0, 1/100s, ISO 200, Bounced flash, handheld:


f2.8, 1/100s, ISO 100, No flash, handheld:


f2.0, 1/800s, ISO 100, Reflector, handheld:


f2.0, 1/125s, ISO 100, No flash, handheld (sorry to shallow, hahaha):


No cropping but just resized for all portraits shots. Some cropping on the macro shots.

Hope these help.
 

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Thanks and I should say credits go to the Olympus E-system.

Trouble-free and good lenses line-ups are important for me to take all these photos.
 

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ykkok said:
Thanks and I should say credits go to the Olympus E-system.

Trouble-free and good lenses line-ups are important for me to take all these photos.

KK, excellent macro shot
 

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