Lizard

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by voodoocat, Jun 21, 2003.

  1. voodoocat

    voodoocat ))<>(( Supporting Member

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    I was changing lenses and my wife called me over to check out this little guy. As you can see he let me get pretty close. This is with the new 100mm macro lens I got. I was an idiot and was metering on ISO 50 so I could get a shot with my TLR and forgot to switch it back before I shot the lizard. My camera had ISO 200 film. So it was a tad overexposed.

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  2. MDowdey

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    that picture is awesome!!!



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  3. gerardhoveling

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    What kind of film have You used neg or pos Fuji or Kodak or ......

    Negative films could handle a few stops differance ( I think)
    The pic looks a bit grainy so I think You used a slidefilm :?:
     
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    I used Fuji 200 print film.

    It is grainy due to the scanner.
     
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    Good shot!

    I'm sure the original pic is great! I hate scanners (that's why i went digital).

    Here's one i got in the bush across the road from our house..

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    I like that a lot, but a piece of advice, a slightly bigger depth of field would be nice. Of course i've never worked w/ maco lenses, so that may not be possible.
     

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