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few ordinary DSLR shots….

The weather was so nasty that I really didn’t want to do anything at all. Temperatures in the morning are already dropping to 0°C. Well, at least the rain has stopped… apparently it will start snowing very soon this year.At least it was time to search the blogs a bit and read a lot of interesting articles…👀🖥

  • Nikon D800, Nikkor f 1,4/50mm (anthurium shots with snap snoot and diffuser) cropp

the bw red rose…

The two pot positions allowed me to have two backgrounds. Juniper and the sky… Even though I’m using film with quite a bit of grain, I think it came out nicely…

Leica R7, VE 75-200mm, Fomapan F 400

thru and behind…

I was wondering what technique I haven’t presented much yet. I’m not much of an expert on DSLR photography…but one of the things I really enjoy about DSLRs is photographing subjects that are behind another subject at a minimal hyperfocal distance. So you photograph an object through another object. This style is primarily intended for color photography. So I offer a view of the yellow lily through the fuchsia flowers and a view of the fuchsia through the yellow lily.

when the time comes…

Sometimes we say it happened at the right time, or it happened at the wrong times, or we don’t have time. Sometimes we make time. And we’ll give it some time. Although time is just a math tool. The universe does not need time to exist. When it is, it will be. This is exactly how the universe works. I hope I didn’t stole too much of your time with this thought.

Canon EOS 500N, 50+70-300mm APO, Superia 400, C41

A fiery twister? Why not?

But not now. As I wrote in one of the previous posts, I decided to use one scroll for the daffodil flowering phase … in the morning, at noon and in the evening…

Pentacon Six, Sonnar 180mm, macro tubes, Fuji PRO 400H, C41, scanning

in the spotlight …

and not as focused as DSLR shooting. But I don’t see as well anymore. This is what my world looks like, it’s not very focused and it has a shallow depth of field.

Pentacon Six, Biometar & Sonnar, Cinestill 800Tungsten, C41

Crop or macro ?

I love macro shots. Unfortunately, additional equipment is needed for a high-quality macro image. These include a high-quality lens, micro-shift, good eyesight, a camera with an electronic shutter if possible (you will combine a lot of images) and, of course, software. Although I really like this style, all the looks in all the eyes of a bee, the wings of a dragonfly, etc., I leave this style to experts who really know how to do it. With my equipment, I can afford to crop the image as much as possible and create some detail thanks to the camera resolution. It’s the same with analog cameras. Even if you use macro rings … You can create a relatively clear image using digital postprocessing

be the immortal Rhododendron

Today I took my Canon with me and a cheap Sigma telephoto lens. The lens has no stabilization and somehow it growls during AF. So switched to MF, no tripod and shot by hand. Apparently I still need to prove that I’m still not completely blind and useless by age.

Full analog process, Canon EOS 500N, Sigma 70-300mm APO, Superia, Tetenal.

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