haha, some of the lens come and gocan't see the setup :dunno: anyway, nice series. in wonder how all these fit on your 30L drycab. 70-200 and 80-200 eats so much space already ;p
Like a catalog.
Captures the textures of the lens.
well done bro! :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Thanks!, doing the catalog styleYeah, looks like catalog to me also. Product photography?
The lovely gears that have been contributing to my images.
C&C welcome! =)
Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 EX DG HSM
Credits to D700 and Nikkor 60mm 2.8D which are not featured here, no gears to shoot them =x
thanks bro, will try it out.Good products shots, very clean lenses!
A bit out of topic.
You can remove the rubber grips on the sigma lens and wash the rubber with soap and water with the help of a small tooth brush
Thankslove the lightings :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
Thanks,I thought the first two pictures of page one were substantially more creative and appealing. But I must add that the last two @ page two were quite boring and seemed ill composed and some awkwardly angled? to me.
thanks, some are in great shape, while some aren'tWow. Nice setup. Your lenses are in great shape too!
Thanks!, i accidentally deleted the setup pic from flickr.Great catalog. Simple yet effective. I am enticed by your set-up.
The 80-200mm top right lens shot, as a glass shot.Thanks,
which are the awkward angles you are referring to?
Thanks points noted!The 80-200mm top right lens shot, as a glass shot.
You have three close ups, one top and two bottom and then two general shots in the middle. As a collage you created a lot of space mid-section (two pictures with a lot of background and the description) which is rather abrupt and vacant where it should have been the focus- is stolen by the three close ups. So it's lost child in the sense that it doesn't know where it wants to be looked at. That's how i saw it anyway.
Compared to the 105mm and 70-200mm, which had more form, flow and structure to my eyes.