my trials with reverted lens :)

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    mentos_007 The Freshmaker!

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    Thx Sk8man for your idea! Here are some my own shots with fuji s5000 and Zenith's Helion 44 mm lens...

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    Spidey on the flower the diameter of the flower was about 2 cm, and the spider was sitting on the one of the petals.

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    The leaf actually it was about 1 cm long :)
     
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    i'm glad to see that you took my tip and used it.

    as you can see, a hard vigneting is formed.

    i have 3 more tips:
    1. first of all zoom all the way in.

    2. open the aperture of the zenit lens and close the aperture of the fuji, that'll remove that black ring you're getting.

    3. and finally, as you can see, the DOF is very shallow and a paper thin. here's the tip, set the camera to the last 5 shots and start shooting while moving the camera back and forth until you get that sweet spot and like the photo.
     
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    thx for tips,,, now I'm trying to put both lensestogether coz I didn't really understand your method :) but also I used a tube from a toilet paper :)
     
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    can't wait to see more

    and if you need more help plz contact me.
     

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