Thursday, January 18, 2007

1/18/07

Betty over at http://cc-photography.blogspot.com/ posted on Tuesday about taking macro photos by turning your lens around and holding it in place over your camera. This gives you an aperture of 0 and you just have to set shutterspeed to get the correct exposure and move the camera forward or backward for focus. I decided to play with this today and see what it did. It was fun and definitely interesting. The first 3 shots were taken in this manner and the fourth shot is a full shot of the other 3 taken normally. This is part of a playplace at a McDonald's.

macro shots: ISO 400, ss 1/40, f 0.0, using a 50mm lens backwards
last shot: ISO 400, ss 1/30, f 2.2, 50mm lens

6 comments:

Betty said...

LOVE yours! They came out really cool. It was pretty fun, huh?

Melissa said...

ok what? turn your lens back words....I've never heard of that!

cool pictures!

Robyn said...

looks really cool.

Alissa said...

i guess i need to give this another try... i couldn't get it to work the first time... i was probably doing something wrong! lol! yours are super cool!

heidi~r. said...

Very cool! I tried it too!!

Dawn said...

Very cool!
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