more reversal work

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  1. Stranger

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    #1[​IMG]

    #2[​IMG]

    #3[​IMG]


    Im not sure how long #2 will stay in the gallery, i dont think i hit the focus spot exactly where i wanted it. Something about his pose though made me think of bumblebee from transformers (maybe im just lame though). We will see how you guys review it. #3 was just fun and kind of shows the DOF or lack of that i get to work with when doing this. It was achieved by slightly tilting the camera so the one eye would hit focus and not the other.


    *edit - if anyone can identify the insect in #1 itd be appreciated. also Identify any in my gallery if you are bored ( http://www.pbase.com/tamar88 )
     
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    I really like #1. :)
     
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    :thumbup:'s up for number 1 :wink:
     
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    #1+#2 both gorgeous colours, i used to hate insects but they just make amazing photos. bastards
     
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    thanks a lot for the comments. #1 i really liked the composition as i was setting up to take the shot, as soon as i fired he flew away. good thing shutters are quick.

    @julz - i really like your sig picture, not sure what it is though. looks like heaven o_0
     
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    a big WOW for #2! Nice work.





    pascal
     
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    That is some really nice work. I don't have a favorite, all three are amazing!

    What were you using?
     
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    a 24mm sigm a reversed on my d50

    all these are uncropped so the magnification is crazy


    thanks for the replies! i guess #2 is a keeper :).
     

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