I think this 2nd pic is even bettter than the previous 1 :thumbsup:sulhan said:
haha..icic..thnks for the tips!sulhan said:Hiee Kuf..
The ring flash allows frontal illumination if you would imagine having light coming frontal wise.
If i were to use the 5600HS(D) ....btw...i'm a KM user...:bsmilie:
The illumination will be generating a side light type of image....which i did took a couple with this setup.
Well...i preferred the ringflash in this case as the controller have a convenient dial for changing the light power....can change lighting without taking my eyes off composition...
This is very good.sulhan said:Hieee Kcuf...
I actually used the 100mm macro coupled with an extension tube to get the magnification i needed. The imgae was actually cropped...but its placment of depth of field to get the best sharpness on the finest compound eyes.
Its tricky as the magnification gets too high as ligting may cause "blown outs".
Well...it took me awhile to get a hang of the DOF placment and when to take the shot.
After my last week's test and handling practice for consistency..from my dragonfly shot...
I'm now trying out on smaller insects to "stretch" the len's resolvning power.
Still practicing... trying to handhold the ring flash instead of mounting it in front of the lens..