Everyday Items: a different view

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by khairi, Aug 29, 2004.

  1. khairi

    khairi TPF Noob!

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    Um... give us a hint. What the heck are they? Interesting shots. I just gotta know.
     
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    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    reversed lens? :D hihi ..
     
  4. green

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    I think the first 2 are the same object... ear pick? the third looks like a hairbrush with hair in it... and i'd guess the last one to be the skin of an orange...
     
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    nice shots, very good at the first attempt
     
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    :D Green got it all right...

    yeap...this is reverse lens technique done using a Canon A80 at 3.0x optical zoom, then I placed my canon slr's 28-80mm lens (set to 50mm) in reverse in front of the A80.

    Left hand, held the 28-80 lens
    Right hand, held the A80

    The smallest F number that the A80 allow me at 3.0x optical zoom is only F4.9...so I took a subject a few times cos i do not have a reverse ring adapter.
     

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